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FRENCH, Real Estate Agent, 80 Washington St. Boston 

NEGOTIATOR OF NOTES AND MORTGAGES, 
AETICULAE, ATTENTION PAID TO CAKE OF REAL ESTATE & COLLECTION" OF RENTS, 

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po¥@r ? CS-veat Falls, dfc Rochester 
DIRECTORY. 1871-2. 

e best place to buy Room Paper in NSw Hampshire 

IS AT 

J. L. L1SEEY & SON'S 

(FORMERLY D, LOTHRd^" & CO.'S; 

B O OK STORE, 

Washington Street, opp. City Hall, 
DOVER, N.H. 

Books, Stationery, Room Paper, 

Fancy Goods ad Pictures, at very low prices. 

Room Paper bough' ? >ere trimmed free. Room Paper from 7c. to $3 a roll. 



THE ilST PLACE 

TO PURCHASE 

Dry and Fancy Goods, 

".MALI. WARES, 

SILKS, SHAWLS, COLLARS, 

IS AT 

No. 3 Tetliepleir's BIoclc, 



BY 



J. Y. DEMERIT! & 00. 



JKtm K. BRIGHT 4* CAPEN, 

Importers of and Dealers in 

CARPETINGS, 

.328 and 330 WASHINGTON STREET, 

OPPOSITE THE ADAMS HOUSE, 

W»i. E. Bright. BOSTOH. 

S. B. Capen. 



* CROSBY, MORSE, & FOSS, JEWELLERS AND SILVERSMITHS 

240 Washington Street, Boston. See advt. opp. p. 25. 






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i J5EVNOLDS H iGAL 

y^ENE.ALO^rf COLLECTION 



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ASIEL & EHRENREICH, 




HAVE THE LARGEST STORE, 

THE BIGGEST STOCK, 
THE GREATEST BARGAINS, IN 

FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC 

DRY GOODS 

CASHMERE AND PAISLEY SHAWLS, 

Dress Goods, Silks, Poplins, Hosiery, 
111 ItJfIS, &A6ES, 

AND TRIMMINGS, 

Under Flannels, Blankets, &c. 

At prices that will defy any competition. 

No. 9 CENTRAL. ST. 



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MACHINE COMPANY. 




SOUTH NEWMARKET, N. H. 

Manufacturers of 

Plain and Galvanized Wrought-Iron Pipe, 

STEAM AND GAS FITTINGS OF ALL KINDS. 

Brass and Iron Valves ; Steam "Whistles ; 'Locomotive, Marine, Flue. 
Tubular, and Cylinder Boilers ; Barlow's Patent Bleaching J£iers. 

STEAM AND AGEING BOXES FOR PRINT WORKS. 

Lap-Welded Boiler Tubes ; Quinn's Patent Expansion Ferrules for 
Repairing Boiler Tubes; Ships' Tanks. 

STATIONARY & PORTABLE STEAM ENGINES. 

Shaftings ; Turning Lathes; Iron Planers; Machinists' Tools of every 

description; Mill Work; all kinds of Saw Mill Machinery (both 

Circular and Upright); Iron and Brass Castings : Gasometers 

and Gas Works ; Iron Turn-Tables for Railroads; and 

Steam BH@8Lt£&g 4ppa&a&mi, 

FOR 

PUBLIC BUILDINGS, FACTOEIES, AND DWELLING-HOUSES. 

ALSO, MANUFACTURERS OF 

WRIGHT'S PATENT VARIABLE CUT-OFF ENGINE, 

AND 

GREEN'S PATENT VARIABLE CUT-OFF ENGINE. 

These Engines can be run with a saving of from 40 to 50 per cent in fuel. 

■♦ 

ORDERS RECEIVED BY THEM, OR BY 

GEO. K. PAUL & CO., 64 and 66 Union St., BOSTON, 

will receive prompt attention. 



/ETNA INSURANCE CO. 

HARTFORD, CONN. 

Incorporated 1819 Charter Perpetual. 

Continue to Insure against loss or damage by fire. 

Capital and Surplus, July 1, 1871, 
96,047,378.67. 

L. J. HENDEE, President. J. GOODNOW, Secretary. 

Policies may be had at the Agent's office, Central Square. 

CHAS. A. TUFTS, Agent, 

CENTRAL SQUARE, . . DOVER, W. H. 



Fire and Marine Ins. Co. 

OF SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 

CAPITAL, $828,705.50. 

S. J. HALL, Secretary. E. FREEMAN, President. 

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CENTRAL SQUARE, . . DOVER, N. H. 



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THE 



DOVER, GREAT FALLS, 

AND 

ROCHESTER 

DIRECTORY 

FOR 

1871-72? 

CONTAINING 

A GENERAL DIRECTORY OF THE RESIDENTS, 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY, AND TOWN REGISTER, 

OF EACH TOWN, &c, &c. 



BOSTON: 

COMPILED, PRINTED, AND PUBLISHED BY 

DEAN DUDLEY & CO. 

No. 8 Congress Square. 



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For Sale at 

J. C. VARNET'S PERIODICAL STORE, DOVER, N. H. 

GREAT FALLS, N. H., A. THWING. 

ROCHESTER, N. H., DOMINICUS HANSON. 

187 1. 

Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1871, by DxAX 
Dudley, in the Office of the Librarian of Congress 
at Washington. 



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PREFACE. 



This Directory has been compiled from original sources. 
It contains the names of all the citizens of Dover, Great Falls, 
and Rochester, N. H. We have called at nearly every house 
and every place of business in the three towns. The town 
clerks, school committees and others, have aided us, for which 
we are very grateful. If our work proves useful, we hope 
the public will continue to patronize it, and let us receive a 
just reward for so great a labor. 

Those who have inserted their advertisements, will find it a 
scource of profit to them as well as a convenience to our sub- 
scribers, for which we tender them our thanks. 

One of the prominent advantages of a Directory is, that it 
furnishes an ever present medium of intercommunication be- 
tween all classes of people ; and, therefore, advertisements 
inserted are sure to be seen by everybody. Each copy of the 
book is generally consulted by hundreds of persons, looking 
for the very articles advertised. Being all classified alphabeti- 
cally in several different ways, it is easy to find the things 
wanted. 

Many persons see the advertisements so often, they become 
indelibly fixed in the memory, and may be communicated to 
friends in all places. Others, casually turning over the leaves, 
hit upon just what they wished to find among our long list of 
useful and first-class goods. People are also often thus re- 
minded of things they want, and would otherwise have forgotten. 
If a person wishes to obtain what is advertised in the Directory 
he is sure to find the correct address of the seller or manu- 
facturer. 

If he wishes to send by express, it is only necessary for the 
Directory to be consulted to find both express and goods 
required. 

We often hear people remark, "If I had known where your 
place of business was, I should have sent to you for my goods;'* 
or, " I didn't suppose you were still in business here ; I heard 
you had sold out, or retired." Therefore it is neeessary for 
even well known business men of long standing to insert their 
advertisements in the regular Directory, and let their friends 
know that they still live and desire public patronage, being 



PEli©©!® ft WBKXt 

HAM'S BLOCK, 

WASHINGTON ST. . . DOVER, N. H. 

Successors to W. T. PRESCOTT, 

Are Agents for the following reliable and well-known Companies. 

HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, 

OF HARTFORD, CONN. Assets, $2,768,900.54 

HOME FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, 
OF. NEW YORK, Assets, $4,669,125.90 

IMPERIAL INSURANCE COMPANY, 
OF LONDON, 



1982778 Assets ' $8,000,000.00 



NATIONAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, 

OF BOSTON, Assets, $883,712.99 

NEW HAMPSHIRE FIRE INSURANCE CO. 

OF MANCHESTER, N. H. Assets, $134,586.24 

PHCENIX FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, 

OF HARTFORD, CONN. Assets, $1,781,189.84 

SECURITY FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, 
OF NEW YORK, Assets, $1,936,687.80 

TRAVELER'S LIFE AND ACCIDENT INS. CO. 

OF HARTFORD, CONN. Assets, $1,743,648.89 

YONKERS & NEW YORK FIRE INS. CO. 
OF NEW YORK, Assets, $924,833.01 

Risks written at this Agency upon as favorable terms as consistent 
with safety, and at as low rates as by any substantial Company. 

Great care exercised in making policies; all losses equitably 
adjusted, and promptly paid at this Agency. 

Geo. B. Prescott. Georgb W. Benx. 



CHARLES WILLIAMS, JR. 

[Established 1856.] Successor to Hinds & Williams, 
manufacturer of 

nuiun Miinmn 



Galvanic Batteries, 

©^ Mata©fi^ &&» 

109 COURT STREET, 

Near Head of Sudbury Street, 
BOSTON. 




It is in every respect the best ever offered 
for sale, it is simple, cheap, durable. It Churns 
Works, and Salts, without change of dasher, or 
touching the hands to the butter. Five sizes made. 



50,000 



now in actual use. Sold by all dealers in really 
first-class Farm Machinery. 

For Churns, Agencies, Descriptive Circulars, 
and Fifty Dollar Prize Butter Essay, address 

SOLE MANUFACTURERS, 

PORTER BLANCHARD'S SONS, CONCORD, N. H. 



CONTENTS. ADDITIONS. 



ever prompt and ready to serve their old acquaintances with 
the latest improved manufactures, and every thing in their 
line of the most desirable quality. 

A Directory of a town or city is sometimes found so indis- 
pensable, that appropriations are made out of the public funds 
to aid in its production. Tt is one of the most convenient and 
useful institutions of our time. It enables us to find the correct 
address of friends, customers, debtors, criminals, &c. It fur- 
nishes information to strangers, aids the town or city officers in 
making out voting lists, &c, shows the growth and increase of 
the town, as well as its enlightened enterprise, without which 
such a work could not be sustained. D. DUDLEY. 



CONTENT 


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PAGE 


Banks 


74, 126, 158 


Advertising Department , . 
Calendar ... 


. 185 
opp. 5 


Dover General Directory . 


9 


" Business Directory . 


. 65 


" Town Register . 


. 71 


" Streets, Buildings &c. 
Great Falls General Directory . 


. ' . .5 

. 97 


" " Historical Sketch of 


. 65 


" " Business Directory . 

" " Town Register . . 

" " Streets, &c 


. 121 
. 123 

. 95 


Index to Advertisements. 


3 


Manufacturing Companies, &c. . 
Rochester General Directory 


74, 125, 158 
. 121 


" Business Directory 
j " Town Register . 


. 15 

. 165 


" Streets, &c 


. 10 



ADDITIONS. 

DOVE R. 

Ackley Daniel, laborer, house Payne 
Allard John W. principal high school 
Bowman George Z. house Court 
Clough Joseph A. trader, hoifse Washington 
Davis Wells P. shoemaker, house St. Thomas 
Demeritt George P. clerk, house Washington 



4 DOVER, GREAT FALLS, AND ROCHESTER DIRECTORY. 

INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



DOVER. 



Page 
Asiel & Ehrenreich, dry goods ins. front cov. 
Bedell Joseph, house painting etc. . . 191 
Burnham J. M. provision dealer . . .188 
Demeritt J. Y. & Co. dry & fancy goods 

front cover 
Drake J. W. homoeopathic physician . . 191 
Folsom Geo. L. paints, oils, glass, etc. * 190 

Ford Daniel, cider, ale, etc 187 

Foye S. H. marble works . \ . .187 
Freeman Henry D. oysters . . . .186 
Gray J. H. watches, jewelry & silver ware 

opp. 65 
Hills Edwin A. printer and publisher . 191 
Hough T. H. B. brass & iron works . . 186 
Jackson D. A. clothes cleaning, &c. . . 189 
Laskey J. L. & Sons, books and stationery 

outside front cover 
Libbey & Co. printers and publishers . 185 
Jjothrops & Pinkham, apothecaries over cal. 
Lothrop D. & Co. clothing, furn'g goods, &c. 

opp. 64 



Page 

Mitchell & Co. dry goods . . . o]»p. 65 
Morrill Bros, carpetings, crockery &c. . 185 

Niles & Co. express 192 

Nudd B. L. sewing machines . . .191 
Page D. A. boots and shoes .... 188 
Prescott & Benn, ins. agents opp. preface 

Rackley B. F. druggist opp. index to advts. 
Rand Mark F. stoves & tinware . opp. 64 
Roberts F. W. hats, caps, &c. ... 8 

Sterns Wm. drv goods 188 

Tasker C. W. dentist 189 

Tufts Chas. A. pharmacist, ins. agent 187, 190 
Tufts Chas. H. agt. ^Etna & Springfield 

insurance companies, . front col'd page 
Twombly R. H. marble works . . .189 
Wendell D. H. insurance agent . . 
Western Union Telegraph Co. . . 
Whitney L. P. music & musical inst. . 
Wins low J. H. boots and shoes . 
Woodman James R. & Co. carpets, &c 



190 



GREAT FALLS. 



Bickford J. T. & Co. grocers . . . .193 
Burleigh M. C. agent Somersworth 

Machine Co 197 

Canney's Express Co 195 

Emery John, marble works . . . .197 
Farrar W. H. & Son, groceries . . .198 
Fernald Edward, printer, G. F. Journal . 193 

Foye F. boots and shoes 192 

Frost O. A., Wells Beach and G. F. hotels, 194 
Hanson L. L. & Co. horses and carriages . 194 
Higley Eben N. machinist . . . .128 
Hodsdon Bros, stoves, hardware, &c. . 158 
Hubbard Cauney & Co. doors, sashes, &c. 197 



James S. & Sons, groceries 1 . 
Moore Geo. medicines, groceries, &c. 
Perkins Enoch, insurance agent . 
Poole Joseph M. baker . 
Sanborn & Watson furniture 
Smilie J. A. boots and shoes . 
Spencer A. B. undertaker 
Tasker W. H. upholstering . 
Thwing A. books and stationery . 
Whitehouse Enoch, groceries 
Wright James G. & Co. flour, grain &c 
Young James G. insurance agent 
Young James G. real estate agent 



.196 
. 195 
. 198 
. 196 
. 196 
. 194 
. 192 
. 196 
.193 
. 196 
. 198 
. 124 
. 198 



ROCHESTER. 



Feineman F. clothing & furnishing goods 199 
Folsom Chas. W., " Rochester Courier " . 156 
Hanson Dominicus, apothecary . . . 200 
Jones John H. boots and shoes . . .199 



Parshley A, S. insurance agent . . .199 

Parsons D. J. lawyer 200 

Pirie James, tailor , .200 
Wingate Joseph, saloon 200 



BOSTON, PORTLAND, ETC, 



Bailey & Noyes, booksellers, stationers & mu 
sical instruments . . back colored pages 
Barney J. E. & Co. ventilators last leaves 
Black J. W. photographer . " 
Blanchard Porter's Suns, churn manuf. 

opp. page 
Boston Document Envelope Co. . . 6 
Bright Wm. E. & Capen . . front cover 
Connolly & Power, boots and shoes, last pp. 6 
Coffin Galen, printers' joiner „ 6 

Cook J. M. stained and cut glass . „ 1 

Crusby, Morse & Foss, jewellers, opp. p. 
Dean & Co. document envelopes, lasl leaves, 6 
Dill Joseph & Co. inlaid fancy flooring „ 3 

Dillingham J. R. dentist „ 5 

Eaton S. W. & Son, sewing machine . . 76 
Erickson A. sailmaker . . . „ 3 

Folsom C. E. & Co. drugs, paints, &c, back col. 
French James, real estate front cover 

Granite Roofing Co. opp. index 

Greenleaf G. & Co. wire workers &c. 

last leaves 5 
Handcock Z. & Co. fresco painters. „ 8 

Hawthorne & Loudon, plumbers „ 4 

Hooper Eaton & Co. . . back colored 



Howard Watch and Clock Co. opp. page 25 
Kendall & Whitney, agricultural tools, &c. 76 
Kenisou Parker, chiropodist last leaves 3 
Lauten Albert F. com. for JST. H. . . .75 
Littell & Gay, publishers, . last leaves 7 
Martin James, tents, awnings, &c. opp. 120 
Marshall Aug. photographer last leaves 4 
Massure Johu, pop corn dealers 

back colored page 
New Hampshire Fire Ins. Co. . . .70 
North, Merriam & Co. beef,pork, &c.last pp. 1 
Portland & Rochester R. R. Co. . . .127 
Pollard & Leighton, masonic regalia, &c. 

pp. 73, 127, 158 
Sargent Geo. B. envelope press, &c, last pp. 2 
Sawyer & Lane, dentists „ 

Swampscot Machine Co. (South New Market) 
front colored 
Turner & Gavett, marble, granite, &c. . 76 
Vincent Hathaway -& Co. line on back cover 
Walker Geo. W. stoves, furnaces,&c. opp. 56-7 
Waither Mme. maison francaise, last pp. . 5 
Warren & Dwyer, top sawing, &c. „ 8 

Whitman E. F. oculist, &c. „ 4 

Williams C. jr. telegraphist . opp, page 3 



B. F. RACKLEY, 

Wholesale and Retail 

DRUGGIST, 

FRANKLIN SQUARE, DOVER, N. H. 

PROPRIETOR OF 

HOMAI'S PERSIAN WASH, for 

Removing Moth, Tan, Freckles, or 
Leutigo, Black Worms or Grubs 
from the Face. 

GENERAL AGENT FOR 

SANBORN'S CROUP SYRUP & SOOTHING DROPS. 

The best Remedy known for Croup, Whooping-Cough, Mea- 
sles, and all diseases attending Teething in Children ; and 

SMITH'S WORM CORDIAL, for Children and Adults. 





THE 



GRANITE 

ROOFING CO. 



Respectfully ask the attention of Builders and all others j nterested iu Building operations, 
to a roofing material which has been in use nearly three years, and which is admitted to be 
better and more economical than any other for the coverii.gof flat roofs. 

This Roofing is Superior to Tin, 

For the following reasons: It will not rust ; it will noi crack at the joints ; it requires no 
painting, which will amount in a few years to the original cost of ihe Granite Roofing. Its 
first cost is less than half as much, and it will last twice as long. This material is 

Superior to Gravel Roofing, 

Because it is only one-fifth as heavy. It forms a smooth surface, shedding snow and water 
freely. It will not choke the gutters with gravel and cement. It will not run over the 
eaves of a building in hot weather, defacing the walls wiih streaks of coal tar. It will 
not crack in cold wewther. It can be applied with equal facility to steep or flat roofs. It 
is as acceptable to Insurance Companies as Tin, Zinc, or Iron. 

Samples shown and references given at the ofllce of the GRANITE ROOFING CO. 

JSio. S Congress Square, . . BO STOW. 

County Rislxts for ©ale. 



LOTHROPS & PINKHAM, 





AND DEALERS IN 



Drugs, Chemicals,Toilet Articles 

PERFUMERY, 

AND PATENT MEDICINES. 

FRANKLIN SQUARE, DOVER, N. H, 

Orders from the Country will receive prompt attention 



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STREETS, LANES, SQUARES, ETC, 

OF DOVER, N.H. 



Angle street, from Central street to Middle 

Arch street, from Silver street to Washington 

Atkinson street, from Washington street to Silver 

Back River road, from Durham road 

Barrington road, from Arch, near Fourth street 

Belknap street, from Washington street to Silver 

Bellamy road, from Silver street to Madbury 

Cedar street, from Winter street to No. Pine 

Central court, north of 4 Central 

Central square, junction Central and Washington 

Central street, from Franklin square to Pleasant 

Chapel street, from Franklin square to Mechanic 

Charles street, from Franklin square to St. John 

Chestnut street, from Sixth street to First 

Church street, from Central street to Locust 

Cocheco street, from Portland, by river 

Court street, from Central street to Mount Pleasant 

Cushing street, from Washington street to Silver 

Cushing's Court, from Walnut street, west 

Dover Point 

Dover Point road, from head of Pleasant 

Durham road, extension of Pleasant street 

East Brick street, from Franklin street to Hurd 

Elm street, from Silver . 

Fayette street, from Washington street to Waldron 

Fifth street, from Franklin street, west 

First street, from Central street, west to railroad 

Folsom street, from Belknap to Cushing 

Fourth street, from Franklin street to Arch 

Franklin Court, from Franklin street, opp. Fifth 

Franklin square, junction of Main, Central, and Franklin sts 

Franklin street, from Franklin square, north 

Garrison Hill, head of Franklin 

George street, from Central street to Payne 

Green street, from 83 Washington street to Waldron 

Grove street, from Sixth street to railroad bridge 

Hale street, from Central street to Locust 

Hanson street, from Central street to Payne 

Hurd street, from Franklin street to Charles 

Kirkland street, from Central street to Locust 

Knoxmarsh road, from Silver street 

Lafayette square, junction Main, Portland, and Young sts. 

Lincoln street, from Chestnut street to Grove 

Linden street, from Pleasant street to Sawyer's Mills 

Linton's lane, from Main street to Water 



6 STREETS. ETC., OF DOVER. 

Littleworth road, from Washington street 

Locust street, from Franklin Academy to Linden street 

Long Hill road, from Rochester road 

Lothrop's court, Main street, near School 

Main street, from Franklin square, southeast to river 

Mechanics' street, from Chapel street to School 

Middle street, from Church street to Kirkland 

Milk street, from Franklin to Mt. Vernon 

Mount Pleasant street, from Court street to Mount Pleasant 

Mount Vernon street, from Sixth street, north 

Nelson street, from Locust street to Belknap 

New York st. (formerly Elm), from Franklin st. to Charles 

North Lane street, from Back- River road, east 

North Pine street, from Poplar street to Winter 

Old Factory road, from Sixth street 

Orchard street, from Central street to Fayette 

Payne street, from Central square, southeast 

Perkins street, from Washington square, east to river 

Pine Hill street, near head of Pleasant street 

Pleasant street, from Central, south 

Poplar street, from St. John street to North Pine 

Portland street, from Lafayette square, northeast 

Prospect street, from Arch, near Washington, east 

River street, from Payne 

Rochester road, from Franklin street 

Rogers street, from Portland to Cocheco 

Rollinsford road, extension of Charles street to Rollinsford 

School street, from Main street to Portland 

Second street, from Franklin square to Grove 

Silver street, from foot of Central street to Arch 

Silver street court, from Silver street, near the jail 

Sixth street (formerly Brick), from Franklin st. northwest 

Sonnet street, from Hanson street to George 

South Pine street, from Pleasant street to Mt. Pleasant 

Spring street, from Pleasant street to Locust 

Spruce lane, from Back River road, east 

St. John street, from Chapel street to Charles 

St. Thomas street, from Central street to Belknap 

Summer street, from Pleasant street to Locust 

Third street, from Franklin square, west to Grove 

Turnpike, from Portland street to Rollinsford 

Union street, from Pleasant street to Court 

Waldron street, from Central street to Green 

Walnut street, from Waldron street to St. Thomas 

Washington sq., junction Main, Washington, and Perkins 

Washington street, from Washington square, west 

Water street, from Perkins street to Young 

Williams street, from Washington street to Central 

Winter street, from Charles street to Cedar 

Young street, from Lafayette square to river 



HALLS, BUILDINGS, ETC. 



HALLS, BUILDINGS, ETC. 

American Hall Building, Franklin sq., cor. Chapel 

American House, Franklin Square 

Citj Hall, Central Square 

Central Building, Central 

Cocheco Block, Washington 

Dover Gas Light Works, Cocheco 

Franklin Academy, head of Locust 

Franklin House, Third 

Ham's block, Washington 

Henderson's Block, Main 

Hibernian Hall, Tetherley's Block, Central Square 

High School bldg., Chestnut, near First 

Hughes Building, Central 

Jail — , Silver 

Kimball House, Third, opp. B. & M. Depot 

Laskey's Block, Washington 

Marston's Block, Central, corner Washington 

Masonic Hall, Varney's Block 

Morrill's Block, Franklin Square 

Morrill's Hall, Morrill's Block 

New Hampshire House, Central 

Odd Fellow's Hall, Morning Star Building, 39 Washington 

Railroad Block, Franklin, corner Fourth 

Railroad Depot, Third 

Rogers' Block, Washington 

Strafford National Bank Buildiug, Central Square 

U. S. Building, Franklin,corner Third 

Union Block, Washington, corner Central 

Union Hall, Ham's Block 

Varney's Block, Central 

Wendell's Block Central, near Orchard 

City Clerk's Office, City Hall 



OFFICES, ETC. 

City Marshal's Office, basement City Hall 

County Clerk's Office, City Hall 

County Recorder's Office, City Hall 

Court Room, City Hall 

Mayor's Office, City Hall 

Police Justice's Office 

Police Station, basement City Hall 

Register of Probate's Office, City Hall 

Sheriff's Office, City Hall 

U. S. Assessor's Office ,B. & M. Depot 



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The largest assortment and best selected stock ever offered to the trade, 

comprising 

Silk Hats (a specialty), Fur Hats, Wool Hats 

CLOTH HATS, 

And in the immense stock of Furnishing Goods may be found 

JOUYUPS SIP CffiOYBS, 

Black, White, Lavender, 
and Assorted Colors, 

COLLARS, CUFFS, NECK TIES, 

(an immense variety,) 

BRACES, UMBRELLAS, 

in Silk, Alpaca, & Cambric. Also, the largest line of 

I*ap Robes «& Horse Blankets 

in this vicinity. 

JV. B. — Bottom Prices always ! ! 
F. W.ROBERTS, op. Amer. House, DOVER, N.H. 




DOVER DIRECTORY. 



ABBREVIATIONS. 



Ave. avenue; b, or bds. boards; bik. Mock; bldg. building; e. or cor. corner; 
ct. court; h. house; opp. opposite; n. near; r. rear; C. M. Co. Cocheco Manuf. 
Co.; K. K. railroad; sqr. square; st. street; U. S. N., United States Navy. 

After the name of a street the word '■ street" is omitted; fclie name of a cor- 
poration occurring immediately after the name of a person siguifies the place of 
business of that person. 



ABBOTT JOHN W. shoe cutter, house Third 

Abbott Charles A, clerk, B. F. Rackley's, boards Charles 

Abbott Elisha, farmer, house, Rochester road 

Abbott Francis A. shoemaker, house Waldron, n. Walnut 

Abbott Isaac F. bookkeeper, Purinton & Ham's, 11 Central, 

h. Washington, cor. Belknap 
Abbott Joseph S. truckman, order box Washington, near 

Central, house Atkinson 
Acken Alice, widow, house Walnut 
Ackley Bridget, house George, near Payne 
Adams Charles A, boards St. Thomas 
Adams Charles Mrs. house Mechanic 
Adams Dorothea Mrs. Walnut, corner Orchard 
Adams E. P. Mrs. 24 Central, boards Chestnut 
Adams George W. blacksmith, house St. Thomas 
Adams Isaac Mrs widow, house St. Thomas 
Adams John H. teamster, boards Mrs. I. Adams, St. Thomas 
Adams Firank, clerk J. W. Prescott's, boards Walnut, near 

Washington 
Agnew Alice, widow h. Third, opp. depot 
Agnew Henry, shoemaker, house Linton's lane 
Agnew Michael, printery, house Water 
Agnew Patrick, laborer, house Water 
Agnew Thomas, house Central 
Allen Charles, shoemaker, h. Second 

Allen Curtis L. agent Cocheco Washing Liquid Co., Chest- 
Allen Charles, shoemaker, house Second [nut, h. Fourth 
Allen George W. Mrs. widow, farmer, h. Mount Pleasant 
Allen William, works Sawyer's, 20 Pleasant boards do . 
Andrews Edmund C. dry goods, 15 Centra'!, house Central, 

corner Pleasant 
Andrews William N. with E. C. Andrews, house Central, 

corner Pleasant 
Applebee Oliver H. shoemaker, house Poplar 



10 DOYER [B] BIRECTORY. 

Applebee Theodore S. shoemaker, house N. York 

AshtoB James H. overseer, printery, house 12 Fifth 

Asiel J. (Asiel & Ehrenreich,) dry goods, 9 Central, hous© 

Centra] r iiear N. EL House 
Athome George, carpenter, boards I Cushing's court 
Avery Geo, W, (Geo. W. Avery &, Co.) lumber, First, house 

9 Second 
Austin Ai, farmer, house Dover point road 
Austin Albert, farmer, house Dover point road 
Austin Jonathan, farmer, house Dover point road 
Austin Nathaniel, farmer, house Dover point road 
Austin Stephen, farmer,, house Dover point, road 
Austin Stoughton, farmer, house Dover point road 

BABB FREEMAN, farmer, house Rochester road 

Bacon Charles E. jeweller, 8 Central, house 26 Atkinsoss 

Baker Chas, 0. shoemaker, house Old Factory road 

Baer Isaac, butcher, bouse Court, near Union 

Bacon Henry M. jeweller, house 26> Atkinson 

Baker Geo. M. at Sawyer's mill, house Mt. Pleasanfc 

Baker Asa S. farmer, house Old Factory road 

Baker George E. farmer, house Old Factory road 

Baker Frank M. at Sawyer's mill, house Mt. Pleasarat 

Baker Jonathan P., City Marshal, house Franklin 

Baker Nelson H. First, near railroad 

Baker Otis, isouse Mount Pleasant 

Baker Samuel W. farmer, Old Factory road 

Bailey Joseph C, farmer, house Littleworth road 

Bangs Matilda, widow, house Garrison Jiill 

Barden George F. printer, Enquirer office, house St Thomas 

Barnes Alfred, printer, house Third, near Chestnut 

Barnes Benj. house 25 Locust 

Bartlett James, machinist, boards Walnut, near St, Thomas 

Batchelder C. clerk, American House, boards do, 

Batchelder Mayo C. shoemaker, h. Laskey's blk. Washington 

Battles Anna, house 29 Second 

Battles Bridget, widow, house Second 

Battles Henry, bowling alley. Main, cor, Portland, house do. 

Bean Henry, laborer, B, M. R. R. house Third 

Bean John H, shoemaker, boards N, York 

Beach Catherine, house Court, near Central 

Beach L. Jr. & Co., soap manufacturers, River st, house at 

Lawrence 
Beach Laura, house Co^irt, near Central 
Beal George B. carpenter, house 47 Franklin 
Bedell Joseph, painter, Locust, near Washington, fe>use 111 

Washington 
Beede Augustus, carpenter, bouse Mt. Yernon 
Beede Henry H. shoemaker, boards Mt. Vernon 
Bell John, physician, over P, O. house Atkinson,, near Silver 



DOVER [B] DIRECTORY. 11 

Benn Geo. W. (Prescott & Benn) assistant, U. S. Assessor 
& Treasurer, D. W. R. R. Ham's blk. Wash. h. 2 So. Pine 
Benn Deborah, widow, house 2 South Pine 
Bennett Abbie, widow, house Fifth, near Franklin 
Bennett Frank, at S. F. Fisher's, cor. Summer and Locust 
Berry Freeman, watchman, at printery, house Williams 
Bennett James (Davis, Hovey & Co.), shoe manufacturers, 

■ Orchard, near Central, house 8 Orchard 
Bennett Joseph W. farmer, Old Factory road 
Bennett Thomas, at Hayes' mill, house St John 
Benson Edward, at Sawyer's mills, house do. 
Berry Blancha, widow, house Washington 
Berry Benjamin T. carpenter, house 43 Franklin 
Berry E. C. clerk, at U. Wiggin's, house Sixth 
Berry Ezra T. building-mover, house U. S. building, Franklin 
Berry Levi, laborer, house Fourth, west of river 
Berry Mrs. house 1 North Pine 

Berry T. L. freight ag't B. & M. R. R. h. Wash. near^Cushing 
Bickford Alphonzo, widow, house 20 Silver 
Bickford Charles, shoemaker, house 11 Orchard 
Bickford Frank, farmer, house Rochester road 
Bickford John C. insurance agent, 2 Morrill's Block, Frank- 
lin square 
Bickford John E. (J. B. Folsom & Co.) oil cloth carpet 

manufacturer, house 88 Central 
Bickford Moses H. farmer, house Turnpike 
Bickford Thomas Mrs. house head Pleasant, near Pine hill 
Biilings James H. shoecutter, house Chestnut 
Blaisdell Edward, carpenter, Main, near School, house 94 

Washington 
Blaisdell John L. shoemaker, house Rochester road 
Blake Wm. H. farmer, house Silver 

Blanchard John H. oilcloth factory, boards Walnut, c. Orchard 
Blanchard Melvin B. oilcloth factory, house Spring 
Blanchard William oilcloth factory, house Spring 
Bodge Andrew J. carpenter, house Silver 
Bodge George E. farmer, house Littleworth road 
Bogan Charles, horse clipper, house Middle, near Church 
Bolo Rufus, carpenter, house Rochester road 
Bond George F. air gun and pistol gallery, and Scipio saloon, 

Locust, near city Hall, house Sixth 
Bond Sarah, house 5 Fifth 
Bonser Samuel, machinist, house Hanson 
Boston James, blacksmith, house 4 Rogers' blk. Washington 
Bowers George, print works, house School 
Bowers John, printery, boards N. Bowers', George 
Bowers Nicholas, printery, house George 
Bowley George W. farmer, house Littleworth road 
Boyden George W. portable carriage tops, School, house 
Union, corner Court 



12 DOVER [B] DIRECTORY. 

Boyle Mary, widow, house Young 

Bracewell John, supt. Cocheco print works, house Locust 

Brackett John H. Sawyer's mills, house Linden 

Brackett Luther, mason, house Central 

Bradbury W. confectioner, house Folsom 

Bradbury , clerk, house Folsom 

Bradley A. pressman, boards American House 

Bradley Jonathan (Bradley & Moulton) shoe manufacturer, 

Chestnut, cor. Lincoln, house Franklin 
Bradley & Moulton (Jonathan Bradley and Alvah Moulton), 

shoe manufacturers, Chesnut, cor. Lincoln 
Bradford John M, house Linden 

Brawn John F. proprietor Heath House, Barrington road 
Breed Stephen, shoe cutter, house Franklin 
Brennan Dennis, laborer, house Waldron, near Orchard 
Brennan Elizabeth, widow, house 56 Payne 
Brennan Michael, printery, house Waldron 
Brennan Phillip, laborer, house Young 
Brewster Eli V. groceries and boots and shoes, 20 Central, 

house 59 Washington 
Brewster Eliza, house Cocheco 
Brewster H. H. Mrs. house Mechanic, cor. School 
Brewster Timothy M. laborer, house Middle, n. Church 
Brigham E. T. photograph artist, 22 Central 
Brock Cyrus Mrs. house New York 
Brock David M. shoemaker, house St. Thomas 
Brittain M. C. pastor M. E. Church, house St. John 
Brooks Isaac, finisher, Sawyer's mills, house do 
Brooks Oliver, farmer, house Sixth 
Brown Ambrose, shoemaker, house Court 
Brown Charles H. machinist, house Orchard, corner Fayette 
Brown Chas. J. Jr. hair dresser, boards Cedar, opp. No. Pine 
Brown Elisha R. clerk, Strafford National Bank building, 

boards 20 Silver 
Brown Elizabeth, widow, house Green 
Brown Emerson L. carpenter, house 15 Fifth 

Brown , at Sawyer's mill, house head Pleasant 

Brown George W. house St. Thomas, near Atkinbon 

Brown Henry W. house New York 

Brown Isaac B. carpenter, house 6 Atkinson 

Brown Jacob K. farmer, house Rochester road 

Brown Jane Mrs. house Mt. Pleasant 

Brown John, wheelwright, house Mt. Pleasant 

Brown John L. farmer, house Rochester road 

Brown Martha H. dressmaker, house Wash, near Belknap 

Brown, widow, house New York 

Brown Moses, farmer, house Franklin, near Garrison hill 

Brown P. C, C. M. Co., house Waldron 

Brown Robert, carpenter, house Garrison hill 

Brown Smith, blacksmith, house Union, corner Court 



DOVER [B] DIRECTORY. 13 

Brown Thomas, confectionery, &c. 5 Central 

Brown T. W. Rev. house 80 Central 

Brown Win. R. livery and boarding stable, Washington,house 

5 Roger's block, Washington 
Brownell E. farmer, house Dover neck 
Brownell Samuel H. city messenger, h. Locust, corner St. 

Thomas 
Brownell Wm. Mrs. widow, h. St. Thomas, near Atkinson 
Brownell Wm. B. watchman, C. M. Co. h. 97 Washington 
Bruce John B. machinist, navy yard, Portsmouth, h. 8 Chapel 
Buckley Daniel, C. M. Co. h. School near Main 
Buckley Daniel Mrs. h. Main 

Bunce Charles, C. M. Co. h. Atkinson near Washington 
Bunce Charles H. laborer, h. Waldron, near Walnut 
Bunce George, laborer, h. Waldron, near Fayette 
Bunce George F. laborer, bds. Atkinson near Washington 
Bunker Chas. A. carpenter, h. Washington, near Belknap 
Bunker James M. hay dealer, Gushing, h. do. 
Burke Nathaniel, laborer, h. Third, opp. B. & M. repair shop 
Burley Charles, laborer, h. Dover neck 
Burley Charles H., C. M. Co. h. Central, cor, Kirklaud 
Burley Freeman, carpenter, h. Portland 
Burley Josiah, billposter, bds. Central, cor. Kirkland 
Burley Margaret M. h. Fifth, cor. Grove 
Burley Nancy, widow, h. Winter 

Burley Parkham, machinist, printery, h. 85 Washington 
Burley Samuel D., C. M. Co. h. Washington 
Burley William, farmer, h. south-west of the river 
Burlingame L. R. publisher "Morning Star," 39 Washington, 

h. Silver, cor. Arch 
Burnham Edward I. mason, bds. 15 Atkinson 
Burnham J. M. provisions, R. R. blk., h. Charles 
Burnham Royal R. mason, h. 15 Atkinson 
Burnham Samuel, laborer, house Chestnut, cor. Lincoln 
Burns John, house Chapel, near St. John 
Burns Peter, house Water 
Burns P. H. widow, house Chapel 
Burroughs Anna E. boards Central 
Burroughs C. L. bookbinder, 37 Washington, h. Central 
Burroughs Edward, jigger, bds. Linden, near Sawyer's mill 
Busby Almira, widow, house 5 Fifth 
Butler Benjamin, Factory, h. Chapel 
Butler Charles, lather, bds. Folsom, cor. Cushing 
Butler Geo. W. grocer, Silver, house Folsom 
Butler John E. overseer, C. M. Co. h. 28 Atkinson 
Butler John S. shoemaker, house Mount Pleasant 
Butterfield Charles H. carpenter. h.Third, below Grove 
Butterfield Ira A. stonemason, h. 45 Franklin 
Buzzell George W. farmer, house Rochester road 
Buzzell Sophia Mrs. house United States block, Franklin 



14 DOVER [C] DIRECTORY. 

Byrne Mary, millinery, Tetherly block, Central square, 
house 69 Washington 

CAHALL ANN, widow, h. Third n. Grove 

Callaran Bridget, widow, h. Main 

Campbell Nancy, widow, h. Young 

Cannaran M. H. engineer, h. Charles, opp. St. John 

Cannaran John EL baggage master, C. R. R. boards Charles, 

opp. St. John 
Canney Albert M. builder, boards Third, below Grove 
Canney Enoch, blacksmith, h. 14 Second 
Canney Geo. F. shoe cutter h. Rollinsford road 
Canney H. A. shoe finisher, boards Cushing's court 
Canney H. E. cutter, boards Cushing's court 
Canney Jerome B. machinist, house Cushing's court 
Canney Thomas J. builder, house Third, below Grove 
Canney Wesley, shoemaker, bds, 14 Second 
Carberry Bridget, house Third, opp. depot 
Card Daniel, farmer, house Back river road 
Card George, seaman, h. Dover Point road 
Card James H. sea captain, house Dover point 
Card Thomas, farmer, h. Dover point 
Card William, mechanic, house Dover point 
Card William shoemaker, h. Dover Point road 
Carlton James carriage maker, h. Mt. Pleasant 
Carlton Nathaniel, laborer, house Mt. Pleasant 
Carney Mary, widow, h. Waldron 
Carpenter Jacob, laborer, h. Dover Point road 
Carroll Dennis, printery, house Waldron, near Walnut 
Carroll James, printery, h. First 
Carroll Owen, printery, house Sonnet 
Carroll Patrick, laborer, h. Waldron 
Casey James, printery, h. Main, near Water 
Casey Michael, laborer, h. Central 
Casey Michael, printery, h. Payne 
Cash Thomas, farmer, h. Waldron 
Cassidy Alice, widow, h. George, near Payne 
Patrick Cassidy, printery, h. Main 
Cassidy Patrick, spinner, h. Water 
Cassilly Frank, printery, h. Payne 
Cassilly John, shoemaker, h. Main 
Cassily Patrick, farmer, house Barrington road. 
Cassily Philip Mrs. widow, house Back river road 
Caswell Cornelius, E. supt. County Farm, Old Factory road 
Caswell G. W. teamster, house Central, cor. First 
Caswell Mary A. Mrs. widow, house 6 Atkinson 
Cate Frederick, house Arch, near Washington 
Cate George F. C. M. Co. house 16 Atkinson 
Cate Harrison, shoemaker, boards Franklin House 
Cate Joseph A. shoe finisher, house Third, below Grove 



DOVER [C] DIRECTORY. 15 

Cate Joseph W. foreman, Mark F. Rand, h. Portland 

Cate Lydia, widow, house Littleworth road 

Caton James, laborer, house Main 

Caton James Mrs. widow, Dover Point road 

Cavanagh Christopher, printery, house Third 

Cavanagh Daniel, laborer, house Waldron, near Orchard 

Cavanagh Mary, house Waldron, near Walnut 

Cavanagh Thomas, cement pipes, house Water 

Caverly A. boots and shoes, 2 Central, house Arch, near 

Washington 
Caverly George H. farmer, house Dover neck 
Caverly Hannah, house 5 Poplar 
Caverly John H. farmer, Old Factory road 
Caverly O. A. Miss (Hosmer & Caverly) , dressmakers, 

3 Central, house do 
Caverno Arthur, clergyman, house Washington, near Belknap 
Caverno Matthew, house Waldron, near Walnut 
Chadbourn John, shoemaker, St. Thomas, near Atkinson, 

house do. 
Chadwick Daniel, cloth room, C. M. Co. house 19 Orchard 
Chadwick George H. assistant paymaster, C. M. Co. boards 

Fayette 
Chadwick William, 'carpenter, house East Brick, nr. Franklin 
Chadwick William K. clerk, 15 Central, bds. 19 Orchard 
Chamberlain Charles E. clerk, . (J. T. & N. E. Hanson's), 

boards Court 
Chamberlin Edward B., pressman, Star office, h. 7 Nelson 
Chamberlain George, mason, h. Franklin 
Chamberlin George A., shoemaker, boards 1 Cushing's ct. 
Chamberlin John A., shoecutter, h. Fifth 
Chamberlain Lauriston (Chamberlain & No well), grocer, 

49 Franklin, house Garrison hill 
Champion Alvah, shoemaker, h. Hurd 
Champion Charles W. clerk, Franklin House, bds. do. 
Champion John N., shoe fitter, h. Rollinsford road, cor. Hurd 
Champion Nathaniel R. shoemaker, bds. 14 Hurd 
Chandler William L. farmer, h. 37 Pleasant 
Chapman Charles L. C. M. Co. h. Lothrop's court 
Chase Alfred B. barber, boards American House 
Chase Charles, hostler, h. Portland 
Chase Hannah, boarding house, Central 
Chase James F. livery stable, Chapel, h. do. 
Chase W. T. clergyman, h. Franklin cor. Hurd 
Chesley Andrew C. hardware, 33 Wash. h. Franklin near 

Garrison hill 
Chesley Henry A. carpenter, h. Franklin, n. Garrison hill 
Chesley John F. engineer, B. & M. R. R. h. Sixth, cor. 

Franklin 
Chesley Julia M. widow, h. Belknap 
Chesley William J. farmer, h. Long hill road 



16 DOVER [C] DIRECTORY. 

Cheswell John W. clerk, C. M. Co. bds. Rollinsford road 
Cheswell Thomas E. butcher, bds. Rollinsford road 
Chick John W. clerk, Lothrops & Pinkham's, bds. Hurd 
Christie Daniel M. counsellor, Central square, h. Pleasant, 

corner Summer 
Christie Frank A., B. & M. R. R. bds, 5 Silver 
Christie Ira Mrs. widow, h. Silver, nr. Central 
Christie James I. assistant doorkeeper, United States Senate, 

boards 5 Silver 
Christie Robert, farmer, h. Silver, near Arch [h do. 

Christie Thomas C. lightning rods and f pumps, Arch, cor. Wash. 
Church Mary, dressmaker, Franklin square, h. do. 
Chubbuck Harriet E., widow, h. 6 Cushing's court 
Churchill Albert, shoemaker, house Fifth 
Clark Alfred C. fireman, Cocheco Manuf. Co. h. Portland 
Clark Alphonso, cutter, at Purinton & Ham's, h. Waldron n. 

Fayette 
Clark Brackett W. painter, house 13 Fourth 
Clark Catherine, widow, h. Green 
Clark Charlotte, h. Walnut, n. Waldron) 
Clark Chas. H., clerk, 33 Wash. bds. Franklin 
Clark David, Cocheco Manuf. Co. house Orchard 
Clark Geo. G., clerk, B. Rich's, bds. Wash. 
Clark Eunice Mrs. widow, h. St. Thomas [Central 

Clark E. W. & R. L. Mi&ses, dressmakers, Waldron cor. 
Clark George W. printer, Star office, boards 49 Locust 
Clark Greenleaf, house Washington, near Arch 
Clark Hosea, h. 30 Locust 
Clark Jacob, carpenter, house Garrison hill 
Clark John, painter, h. Washington 
Clark John A., clerk, co-operative store, bds. Franklin 
Clark John S. watchman, C. M. Co. house Second 
Clark John M., C. M. Co. house Rogers, near Cocheco 
Clark Nathaniel, machinist, h. E. Brick 
Clark Oliver, C. M. Co. bds. A. C. Clark's, Portland 
Clark Patrick, printer, h. Young 
Clark Rensselaer E. clerk, P. O. house 9 Grove 

Clark , machinist, h. Rogers 

Clay Parker, laborer, house 7 Fifth 

Clements Benjamin, carpenter, C. M. Co. h. Portland 

Clements John, farmer, h. Dover Point road 

Clements John W. farmer, h. Dover Point road 

Clements Samuel, h. Cocheco 

Clifford Stuart, dyer, Washington sq. h. 87 Washington 

Clough D. E. periodicals & fancy goods, Franklin square, h. 

Chapel n. Mechanics 
Colbath George W. postmaster, h. Portland 
Colbath John S. shoemaker, h. Old Factory road 
Colbath King, (Colbath & Toppan), grocer, Ham's Block, h. 

Atkinson n. Nelson 



BOVER [C] DIRECTORY. 17 

Clough Harrison T. oil cloth factory, h. 41 Pleasant 

Clough Jonathan A. shoemaker, h. Cedar, near N. Pine 

Clough Joseph A. farmer, h. Littleworth road 

Clougharty Michael, laborer, house Central 

Cocking Edward, house 43 Locust 

Cocking Edward H. brakeman, B. & M. R. R. bds. 43 Locust 

Coffee Patrick clerk, at H. D. Freeman's, house^ Williams 

Coine Luke, laborer, h Waldron 

Coine Stephen, engraver, bds. N". H. House ' 

Colbath Lafayette, shoemaker, h, Franklin square 

Colbath William, laborer, house 11 Fifth 

Colbath William, jr. foreman soap manufactory, River, house 
Hanson, corner Payne 

Colbath & Top pan, grocers, Ham's Blk. Wash. 

Colby Benjamin L. house 98 Washington 

Colby Frank, painter, bds. Charles 

Colby John T. G. Rev. h. Atkinson, n. Silver 

Cole Asa T. laborer, house Waldron 

Cole Benjamin, laborer, house Waldron, near Central 

Cole Charles T. hostler, h. Main 

Cole Jesse, farmer, h. Long hill road 

Cole Mary A. widow, house Waldron, near Green 

Cole Michael G. tailor, Central square, house Cedar 

Coleman Augustus T. sea captain, house Rogers 

Coleman Charles C. clerk, h. So. Pine 

Coleman Dorothy, widow, h. Dover Point road 

Coleman h. Knox marsh road 

Coleman Edwin, boatman, h, Dover point road 

Coleman Henry, farmer, house, Dover point 

Coleman James H. brickmaker, Dover point 

Coleman John, trader, house Dover Point 

Coleman Thomas, sea captain, h. Atkinson 

Collins Alice, saloon, Third, opposite depot, house do. 

Collins Benjamin, lumber, doors, sashes, &c Third, opposite 
depot, h. Portland 

Collins Elizabeth, house First 

Colomy Daniel, shoemaker, h. Franklin n. Garrison hill 

Colomy Jonas, shoemaker, h. Fourth 

Colomy William, shoemaker h. 17 Fifth 

Comer James H. laborer, house Pleasant 

Commichau Waldimer, fur cutter, 11 Central, h 13 Central 

Connor Adelaide, school teacher, bds, Hanson cor. George 

Connor Isaiah C. (Connor & Goodwin) picture frames, &c. 
Locust, nr. City Hall, house Hanson 

Connor & Goodwin, pictures & frames, sheet music & musi- 
cal instruments, Locust, nr. City Hall 

Conlen Michael (Conlen & Place), h. Charles 

Conlen & Place, billiards, Central sq. 

Connolly James, laborer, h. Third, nr. Grove 

Connolly John, laborer, h. Water 2 



18 DOVER [C] DIRECTORY. 

Conley - , farmer, h. Payne, nr. Williams 

Cook Alden B. painter, h. Locust 

Cook Jane, widow, h Waldron 

Cook Jedediah, farmer, h. Littleworth road 

Cook Susan, h. Rollingsford road 

Cook Mrs. widow, house First 

Cooper A Ivan A. boards, 25 Main 

Cooper Charles H. boards 2 North Pine 

Cooper Levi C. Williams' belt shop, house 2 North Pine 

Cooper Moses, house 1 North Pine 

Copp Hiram P. trader, house Fifth, near Grove 

Corson Hiram, farmer, house Black Water road 

Cotter Daniel, laborer, h. Young 

Cotter Ellen, widow, h. Main 

Cotter Mary, widow, h. Water 

Cotton Albert W. (A. W. Cotton & Co.) dry & fancy goods, 
Morrill's block, Franklin Square, house Lincoln 

Cotton A. W. & Co. dry and fancy goods, Morrill's block 

Cotton Samuel, clerk, C. A. Tufts' drug store, house Hurd, 
near Franklin 

Courser W. M. (Danforth & Courser) grocer, h. Second] 

Cousens Israel, farmer, house Dover point 

Cowan Henry K. house Garrison hill 

Cowan Joseph S. engineer, glue factory, house Hurd, near 
Franklin 

Cox Henry, laborer, house Main [Central 

Crannan Martin J. tailor, 2 Franklin sq. house Waldron, near 
Crehore Joseph, clergyman, h. Franklin] 
Cregan Henry, printer, h. Payne | 
Cregan John, saloon, Payne, h. do. 
Cressey Ervin P. clerk, boards 7 Pleasant 
Cressey Thaddeus P. millinery, 7 Central, h. 7 Pleasant 
Crockett Benj. B. piano-forte maker, house 41 Pleasant- 
Crockett Charles H. Mrs. widow, h. 59 Franklin 
Crockett Elizabeth, widow, house 6 Chapel 
Crockett James M. confectionery, Franklin sq. h. N. Pine 
Crockett Sarah* A. tailoress, N. Pine^ 
Crosby John M. printer, h. 18 Orchard 
Cunningham Frank, tin smith, h. Water 
Currier John Mrs. house Central, corner Silver 
Currier Thomas, house Central, corner Silver 
Cushing Charles, farmer, house Dover Point^road 
Cushing E. B. physician, Central cor.' Silver 
Cushing Joseph, farmer, honse Dover Point road 
Cushing Peter, farmer, house Barrington road 
Cushing Robert H. farmer, house Barrington roads 
Cushing Thomas E. clerk, boards Mrs. Cushing's, Washington 

Cushman , farmer, Bellamy road 

Cusker Charles, shoemaker, house Courtj 



DOVER [D] DIRECTORY. 19 

Cusker Mary, house Court 

Cusker Michael, printery, house Payne 

Cusker Patrick, engraver, printery, house 55 Payne 

DALEY ^ELLEN, widow, h, Main 

Daley Francis, mason, h, Payne 

Dame H. W. Miss, house Court, near Central 

Dame S. H. furnishing and fancy goods, 41 Wash, house 

Mt. Vernon 
Dame William, clerk, boards 85 Washington 
Dame William F. engineer, h. Fifth, near Grove 
Danforth Henry W. (Danforth & Courser), grocer, house 

First 
Danforth & Courser, grocers, Wash. opp. City Hall 
Davey James, C. M. Co. h. Waldron 
Davis Albert, shoemaker, house Arch 
Davis Augustus, shoemaker, house Littleworth road 
Davis Charles A. florist, Arch, near Fourth, house do. 
Davis Edward, farmer, Mt. Pleasant 
Davis Eleazer (Davis, Hovey & Co), shoe manufacturers 

house St. Thomas 
Davis, Hovey & Co. (Eleazer Davis, Thomas C. Hovey 

James Bennett) shoe manufacturers, Orchard, near 

Central 
Davis Eliza, widow, house Chapel 

Davis Franklin F. tinsmith, Mark F. Rand's, h. Waldron 
Davis Henry S. C. M. Co. boards 110 Washington 
Davis James, house Pleasant 
Davis Lydia, house Waldron 
Davis Lydia Mrs. widow, house Pleasant 
Davis Newell, oil cloth factory, house, Pleasant 
Davis Newell C. machinist, C. M. Co. h. Rollinsford road 
Davis Samuel, laborer, house Waldron 
Davis Sarah C. widow, of Benaiah, house 26 Second 
Davis William, farmer, house Knox marsh road 
Davis W. H. hair dresser, 19 Central, h. Chapel 
Day George T. Rev. editor " Morning Star," 39 Washing- 
ton, house 22 Silver 
Dean Charles, machinist, h. Wash. nr. Belknap 
Dearborn Augustus W. farmer, h. Fourth, n. the river 
Dearborn N. L. farmer, h. Fourth, n. the river 
Dearborn Thomas J. carpenter and builder, h. Fourth, 

near the river 
Decatur Caroline, widow, h. U. S. Block 
Decatur John B. widow, house Belknap. 
Decatur L. F. bds. Belknap 
Delaney John, block printer, house 13 Fifth 
Delany John W. bookkeeper, house E. Brick 
Demeritt Charles C. carpenter, printery, h. Court 
Demeritt Charles W. shoecutter, boards C. C. Demeritt's 



20 DOYER [DJ DIRECTORY, 

Demeritt George H. harness maker, boards C. C. Demer- 

itt's, Court 
Demeritt J. Y. (J. Y. Demeritt & Co), 2, Central, h* Silver 
Demeritt Jas. H. shoemaker, house E. Brick 
Demeritt John F. house Fourth 
Demeritt J. Y. &. Co. (J. Y. Demeritt &. D. S. Ward), dry 

goods, 2 Central 
Dennis George C carriage manufacturer, Union, n. Court, 

bds. Union 
Dennis James S. iron and steel merchant, 122 Water 

(Boston), h. Rochester Road [Silver 

Devereaux Kichard F. cutter, 5 and 6 Morrill's Block, bds. 
Devlin John, laborer, h. Payne, near Williams 
Devoy Edward, laborer, house Waldron, near Walnut 
Dickson George, carpenter, bds. 1 Cushing's court 
Dickson James, belt maker, house No. 3 Pine 
Diman Priscilla, house Sixth 
Dobbs Joseph, engraver, . boards* N. H. House 
Dobbins James, laborer, house Water 
Donahue Sarah, house Water 
Donovan Mary, widow, house near Sawyer's mills 
Dorien Owen, watchman, Sawyer's mills, h. do. 
Dore Charles A. cutter, house Fourth 
Dore Charles C. Cocheco Manuf. Co. boards Charles 
Dore Ezekiel, shoemaker, house New York 
Dore Oliver, house 18 Fourth 
Doty Simeon, shoe cutter, house First 
Dover Library, Cocheco Block, Wash. 
Dow Henry, farmer, house Silver, cor. Locust 
Downs George W. teamster, house 6 Seeond 
Downs James, carpenter, house Orchard, corner Walnut 
Downs Wm. Cocheeo Manuf. Co. house Waldron 
Doyle James, slater, house Williams, near Central 
Drake Abram M. machinist, house 53 Franklin 
Drake J. W. physician, 19 Orchard, house do, 
Drew Alfred P. (Drew & Dame), house Elm 
Drew & Dame, boots and shoes, 41 Washington 
Drew Charles A. house East Brick 
Drew Cyrus G. shoe cutter, house Silver 
Drew Daniel, farmer, house Dover Point road 
Drew David L. farmer, house Hanson 
Drew Eliza, widow, house Back river road 
Drew George K. house Fourth [road 

Drew Gerrish P. clerk, (Washington), house Back river 
Drew Harrison, farmer, house Back River road 
Drew Isaac Mrs. house Silver 
Drew Jacob, jailer, County jail, Silver 
Drew Isaac M. Sawyer's Mills, house Back river road 
Drew Mary T. house 6 Charles 
Drew Martin V. B. blacksmith, house Barrington road 



DOVER [E] DIRECTORY. 21 

Drew Nancy J. house 6 Charles 

Drew Nathaniel, laborer h. North Lane, Back river road 

Drew Samuel, carpenter, Locust, house Silver 

Drew R. W. house Hanson 

Drew Thomas, hostler, house First 

Drew Thomas F. farmer, h. North Lane, Back river road 

Drew Thomas P. farmer, Back River « road 

Drew William, jr. mariner, house Portland 

Dirnkwater James, spinner, house Dover Point road 

Drummond James, clergyman, h. Third, n. Chestnut 

Duffy Edward, laborer, house 52 Payne 

Duffey Henry, printery, house Perkins, near Water 

Duffey Patrick, printery, house Perkins, near Water 

Dunn Charles, printery, house Williams 

Dunn Eliza, Dunn farm, house Durham road 

Dunn George F. baker, house Williams 

Dunn George, Dover and Portsmouth packet, h. Second 

Dunn Mary, Dunn farm, house Durham road 

Dunn Samuel T. farmer, house Back river road 

Dunn Silas, overseer, house 62 William 

Durell Elizabeth, h. 36 Silver 

Durell Margaret, h. 36 Silver 

Durgin Albert, laborer, h. Cedar 

Durgin Betsey, boarding house, 2 Second 

Duesbury Fred, sketch maker, C. M. Co. h. 82 Central 

Duxbury Elizabeth, widow, h. Silver, cor. Central 

Duxbury John J. com. agent manuf. supply, h. 1 Union 

Duxbury Nancy C. music teacher, h. Silver, near Central 

Dyer Albion P. shoemaker, h. Chapel 

Dyer James, Sawyer's mills, h. do. 

i 
EADIE WILLIAM, printery, house 16 Pleasant 
Eastman John F. machinist, house 106 Washington 
Eaton Nathaniel, farmer, Barrington road 
Eaton William, farmer, house Barrington road 
Eaton William H. shoemaker, house Main 
Edgerly Charles P. at Sawyer's mill, house Back river road 
Edgerly Bradbury, house Locust 
Eglin Adam, carriage trimmer, house 39 Pleasant 
Ehrenreich B. (Asiel & Ehrenreich), dry goods, 9 Central, 

boards Central, near N. H. House 
Ehelaccser M. widow, house Charles, near Hurd 
Ela Benjamin, farmer, house Garrison hill 
Ela Ruth, house 28 Locust 
Ela Susan, house 28 Locust 
Elkins Alonzo, tea and coffee, Franklin square, house, Sixth, 

near Mt. Vernon 
Elliot Arthur F." R. shoemaker, house Knox marsh road 
Elliot Alonzo, shoemaker, boards Franklin House 
Elliot Nancy B. widow, house Mechanic near Chapel 



22 DOVER [J 1 ] DIRECTORY. 

Elliot Sarah A. widow, house 7 Cushing's court 

Ellis Esther L. dressmaker, house Waldron, near Walnut 

Emerson Daniel E. machinist, C. M. Co. h. 86 Washington 

Emerson Edgar, last maker, house Second 

Emerson Horace, shoe cutter, house 2 St. Thomas 

Emerson Joseph S. shoemaker, boards Rollinsford road 

Emerson Samuel, farmer, house Back river road 

Emerson Smith, ticket-master, B. &^M. R. R. house First, 

near railroad 
Emery A. J. house Walnut, near St. Thomas 
Emmott John, overseer of engraving room, printery, house 

Central, opposite N. H. House 
England Thomas, printery, house Winter 
Estes Leonard, shoemaker, house Chapel 
Estes William F. house 95 Central 

Evans Robert, blacksmith, Kirkland, house Middle, n. Kirkland 
Everett Charles Mrs. house 19 Pleasant 

FAIRBANKS ALBERT H. engineer, printery, house 31 

Orchard 
Fall George S. shoemaker, boards Winter, corner Cedar 
Fairbanks Chas. A. painter, house Chapel, near Franklin sqr. 
Fall Philander, carpenter and builder, house Portland 
Frazier Alexander, merchant tailor, 4th door from Central 

square, house 13 Atkinson. 
Freeman Edmund, house 31 Franklin. 
Freeman Edmund J. oyster saloon, Franklin, cor. Third 
Farnham Charles H. clerk, 23 Central, boards 23 Atkinson 
Farnham Henry H. paymaster, C. M. Co. bds. 23 Atkinson 
Farnham Henry H. shoemaker, boards. St. John 
Farnham James M. shoemaker, house Second 
Farnham John G. Mrs. house 23 Atkinson 
Farnham Moses P. machinist, house Long hill 
Farrar A. W. Mrs. dressmaker, 10 Morrill's new blk. Frank- 

*lin square, house Fourth 
Farrar William, shoemaker, house Fourth, corner Franklin 
Farrar O. W. hoop-skirts and fancy goods, 10 Morrill's new 

block, house Fourth 
Farrell Patrick, saloon, Third, house do. 
Faxon Chas. A. (Wiggin & Faxon), grocer, Central near Hale 
Faxon EbenF. farmer, house Barrington road 
Faxon Ebenezer, farmer, house Barrington road 
Felch H. A. & J. E. Misses, millinery and dressmaking, 
" . Union block, Central, house do. 
Felker Chas. F. teamster, boards Locust, near Atkinson 
Felker John W. at Glidden's mill, house Folsom 
Felker Jonathan K. carpenter, house Arch 
Felker Levi Mrs. house Central 
Feneker Charles, policeman, house 5 First 
Fennan Ann, widow, house Second 



DOVER [F] DIRECTORY. 28 

Fennan James, printery, house Main, near "Water 

Fenner Albert G. physician, 33 J Franklin, house do. 

Fenner Albert G. Jr. clerk, boards 33 Franklin 

Ferguson Mary A. house Rogers, near Coeheco 

Fernald Alpheus, carpenter, at printery, house Second 

Fernald Charles, boxmaker, boards 25 Main 

Fernald Joseph, machinist, house Dover point 

Fernald Kingman, brakeman, C. R. R. bds. Central, n. Fifth 

Fernald Oliver, blacksmith, boards Franklin House 

Fernald Mary J. tailoress, house Portland 

Fernald William, carpenter, house Barrington road 

Fernald William H. boards Barrington road 

Finnigan Catherine, widow, house Waldron 

Fisher Samuel F. house Summer, corner Locust 

Fitzgerald John T. Mrs. house Fourth 

Flagg Harriet, widow, house 23 Second 

Flagg Joshua G. house Chestnut, corner Second 

Flanders Ezekiel H. medicines, house 7 North Pine 

Flanders George H. shoemaker, house 7 North Pine I 

Flanders Job, shoemaker, house St. Thomas, near Atkinson 

Flanders Langdon S. lastmaker, house Charles 

Fogerty James, saloon, Orchard, house Main 

Fogerty John, printery, boards J. Fogerty's, Main 

Fogg John W. shoemaker, house Orchard, corner Fayette 

Folds William L. Central 

Folds Bridget, widow, house Central 

Folds Christopher, blacksmith,house Central 

Folsom George L. paints, oils and window glass, Main, house 

30 Silver 
Folsom George P. house Locust 

Folsom J. B. (J. B. Folsom & Co.) Locust,house 27 Pleasant 
Folsom J. B. & Co. (J. B. Folsom and John E. Bickford), oil 

cloth carpet manufacturers, Locust 
Folsom Simeon B. drugs and medicines, house Silver 
Foman Elizabeth, house Waldron, corner Fayette 
Foman John W. blacksmith, bds. corner Waldron and Walnut 
Foss Alvah, house Hurd near Franklin 
Foss Elizabeth, widow, house Fifth near Grove 
Foss Emery, carpenter, boards Union 
Foss Enos G. teamster, house East Brick 
Foss George F. cutter, house 75 Washington 
Foot George E. (Foot fc^Snell) hardware, 52 Franklin,bds. 

8 Mechanic 
Foss Jacob K. boxmaker, house Washington, near Cuhsing 
Foss John, shoemaker, boards Fifth, near Grove 
Ford Eben, farmer, house Dover Point road 
Ford Benj.imin A. farmer, house Dover point 
Ford Daniel, manufacturer of Smith's root beer, bottled a!e, 

and cider, 4 Main house Central 
Ford George W. farmer, house Dover point 



24 DOVER [F] DIRECTORY. 

Ford J. S. M. house Back river road 

Ford William H. house Back river road 

Forrest John W. carpenter, house 8 South Pine 

Foss Charles E. teamster, house 2 Franklin square 

Foss Darius, tailor, Franklin square, house 21 Fourth * 

Foss Drew, mason, house Fourth, west of river 

Foss Everett O. editor ''Local Record," Third,near Franklin, 

house Silver 
Foss Edgar M. boards Joel S. Foss, Main 
Foss Enoch, farmer, house Mt. Pleasant 
Foss George C. blacksmith, boards 82 Franklin 
Foss James, C. M. Co. house 78 Franklin 
Foss Joel S. house Main 
Foss Mrs. house Fourth, west of the river 
Foss Nehemiah, teamster, house 2 Franklin square 
Foss P. B. Mrs. widow, house 17 OchardJ 
Foss Sylvanus C. farmer, house Belknap 
Foss Warren, shoemaker, house Hurd 
Foss William H. shoemaker, boards Winter, cor. Central 
Foote G. E. (Foote & Snell), hardware, Franklin sq. house, 

Mechanicsville 
Foote & Snell (G. E. Foote, and Timothy H. Snell), hardware, 

Franklin square 
Footman Thomas, farmer, house Dover Point road 
Fox Lucy, widow, house Water 
Foye John Mrs. widow, house Rochester road 
Foye Solomon H. marble yard, foot Main, h. Ill Washington 
Foye Thomas, house Washington, near Locust 
Foye John, at Sawyer s mills, house do 

Foye , shoemaker, house Atkinson 

Freeman Frank, insurance agent, Central square, house 

Washington, cor. Walnut 
Freeman Francis A. counsellor, Tetherley block, house 31 

Silver 
Freeman Henry D. oyster saloon and eating house, Exchange 

block, opposite City Hall, house Franklin, near Garrison 

hill 
Freeman Hiram L. clerk, house Franklin 
French E. S. shoemaker, boards Winter, cor. Cedar 
French John A. Mrs. widow, house Arch, near Washington 
French John W., C. M. Co. house 6 Sixth 
French Josiah W. carpenter, house St. Thomas 
French Marcus D. shoemaker, house 6 Sixth 
French Martha F. house 6 Sixth 
French Mary A, house 6 Sixth 
Friar Alfred, house Waldron near Walnut 
French Nellie S. tailoress, house 6 Sixth 
French Washington, farmer, house Back river road 
Frost David, shoemaker, house Franklin court 
Frost David D. Mrs. house Central, opposite the chapel 



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DOVER [6] DIRECTORY. 25 

Frost David E. D. school teacher, house Franklin, near 

Garrison hill 
Frost George A. carpenter, house Mt. Vernon 
Foss Jeremiah, laborer, house R. R. Block, Franklin 
Frost Mary, widow, house Mt. Vernon 
Frost Mrs. widow, house Portland, cor. Main 
Frye Moses, clerk, William Stern's, boards Pleasant 
Frye Elizabeth, widow, house 5 Hurd 
Frye Ira H. Mrs. widow, h. Court, n. Central 
Frye Nancy H. h. Hurd cor. Charles 
Fuller Charles H. clerk, E. J. Lane's, bds Franklin 
Fuller J. H. h. St. John 
Fuller Solomon H. (S. H. Fuller & Co.). stoves, furnaces and 

tinware, 5 Cocheco blk. h. Franklin n. Garrison hill 
Furbur William L. pump maker, h. New York 
Furbush Daniel W. shoemaker h. Waldron. 
Furbush Levi L. shoemaker, h. Rochester road 

GAGE DANIEL, farmer, h. Rochester road 
Gage David H. farmer, h. Dover neck 
Gage Gerry R. carpenter, h. Dover neck 
Gage Moses, farmer and brickmaker, h. Dover neck 
Gage Wesley, carpenter, h. Second 
Gagin Patrick, laborer, h. School 
Gallaghan James, shoemaker, h. Lincoln 
Gallaghan Mathew, shoemaker, bds Lincoln 
Gammons Atwood, printery, h. CushingV court 
Gardner Chas. B., R. R. contractor, bds N. H. House 
Gardner James, printery, h. Waldron 
Gardner James A. tailor, Central, h. 29 Silver 
Gardner John, tanner and currier, h. 29 Silver 
Garland George, shoemaker, bds. E. Brick 

Garland , shoemaker, h. Barrington road 

Garland Mary J. widow, h. Gulf road 

Garland Thomas B. clerk, C. M. Co. printworks, h. 13 Second 

Garmon James, farmer, h. Durham road 

Garside Walter, Sawyer's mills, h. do. 

Garvey James, Sawyer's mills, h. do. 

Gear Jacob S. at C, M. Co. h. Wash. n. Belknap 

Gentleman John, shoemaker, h. Mast road 

Gentleman Joseph, farmer, bds. 27 Third 

Gerrish Benj. h. Pleasant 

Gerrish Charles H. laborer, h. Water 

Gerrish Lydia, widow, h. Portland 

Gerrish Mary, h. Central 

Gerrish Sarah, h. Central 

Gibbs John T. house Silver cor. Locust 

GifFord P. B. carpet factory, h. Pleasant 

Giles Joseph F. shoemaker, h. New York 

Giles Samuel, farmer, h. Old Factory road 



26 DOVER [6] DIRECTORY. 

Gil man Asaph, farmer, h. Garrison hill | 

Gilman Ebenezer, carpenter, h. Chestnut, cor. Lincoln 

Gilman Frank, at glue factory, h. Cocheco 

Gilman George F. carpenter, h. Fourth n. the river 

Gilman James, carpenter, h. Chapel n. St. John [Garrison H. 

Gilman Lorenzo D. carpenter, C. M. Co. h. Franklin, foot of 

Gilman M. laborer, h. Washington n. Atkinson 

Gilman Samuel D. tin-peddler, h. Arch, n. Wash. 

Gilson Frank, shoemaker, h. New York 

Glancy Matthew, laborer, h. Water 

Glass John S. carpenter, h. 88 Washington 

Gleason Andrew, laborer h. Main 

Gleason Patience, h. Prospect 

Glidden AlonzO F. hair-dresser, Central, n. City Hall, h. do. 

Glidden Henry P. cutter, h. Portland [h. Nelson 

Glidden J. A., saw and planing mill, foot of Washington, 

Glidden Joseph F. farmer, h. Dover, Point road 

Glidden Mary, widow, h. Franklin Court 

Glines George W. shoemaker, h. Spring [factory 

Glines Nathaniel, painter, h. Central, opp. Randlett's carriage 

Glines Nathaniel S. h. Spring 

Glass Samuel D. truckman, house Kirkland 

Glynn Chas. E. carpet factory, h. Pleasant 

Goggin Jeremiah, laborer, h. Payne 

Goggin Michael, C. M. Co. h. Payne, near William 

Goodhue Josiah, truckman, h. Rollinsford road 

Goodrich S. B. G. teacher of penmanship, h. Garrison Hill 

Goodwin Chas. B. clerk, 5 & 6 Morrill's bl'k, bds. Chapel 

Goodwin Edward, laborer, h. Waldron 

Goodwin Elisha, teamster, h. Cedar, near Pine 

Goodwin Elisha, J. teamster, bds. Cedar, near Pine 

Goodwin Ezra C. belt maker, h. Prospect 

Goodwin Geo. H. carpenter, h. So. Pine 

Goodwin Henry C. clerk, bds. J. E. Goodwin's, Sixth 

Goodwin Henry H. job printer, Tetherley's blk. h. 3 Nelson 

Goodwin James F. (Connor & Goodwin), Locust n. City Hall, 

bds. Neb. Goodwin's, Hanson 
Goodwin John E. agent for E. A. Strong & Burt, h. Sixth 
Goodwin Neb. printery, h. Hanson 
Goodwin Samuel, h. Walnut, near Washington 
Goodwin Samuel H. clerk, h. Prospect 
Goodwin Sarah, widow, h. 98 Central 
Gookin William S. house Factory block 

Gorman John, butcher, h. Waldron [95 Central 

Gould A. J. baker, Wash. n. Belknap, h. 21 Atkinson near 
Gould Hiram V. & Co. shoe manufacturers, 40 Orchard h. 
Gould Nehemiah, C. M. Co. h. Waldron, near Walnut 
Gowen Emilius L. butcher, h. Prospect 
Gowen Horace, truckman, h. Folsom 
Gowen Lewis, teamster, bds. Walnut 
Grady Dennis, farmer, h. Green 



DOVER [G] DIRECTORY. 27 

Grady John, shoemaker, bds. Dennis Grady's, Green 

Grady Patrick, bds. Dennis Grady's, Green 

Grahame Robert, printery, h. Payne 

Grant Eli, overseer, printery, h. Portland 

Grant Newton, printery, h. Portland 

Graves Ella, shop over Stern's store, Central sq. Franklin, 

dress and cloak maker, h. Franklin . 

Graves Nellie, dress and cloak maker, h. Franklin 
Graves C. M. Mrs. h. 49 Franklin 
Gray Carrie E. music teacher, bds. 9 Hurd 
Gray Charles, C. M. Co. h. Poplar 

Gray C. W. clerk, 4 Morrill's bl'k. bds. C.JA. Dorr's, Fourth 
Gray George, H. Locust, near Silver 

Gray George F., " Gazette " Office, h. Locust, near Silver . 
Gray George W. h. 9 Hurd 
Gray James M. farmer, h. Littleworth road 
Gray John, h. St. Thomas, near Atkinson 
Gray John C. farmer, bds. J. C. Gray's, Fourth 
Gray Jonathan C. farmer, Fourth, west of river 
Gray Joseph H. watches, jewelry, etc. cor. Franklin square 

and Third, bds. Kimball house 
Gray Leonard S. R. watchman, C. M. Co., h. Portland 
Gray Mrs. widow, h. U. S. Block 
Gray Smith W. h. St. Thomas, near Atkinson 
Gray Solomon, h. 1 Poplar 
Gray Solomon S. shoemaker, h. Mast road 
Greene Charles H. shoe cutter, bds. Winter 
Green Lois, widow, h. 33 Pleasant 
Greene Samuel, shoe cutter, h. Winter 

Greene Sarah, h. 31 Silver [h. Garrison hill 

Greene Thomas I. upholsterer, Washington, corner Main, 
Greenhalgh Martin, engraver, h. Harrison cor. Central 
Greenwood George, carpenter, h. Belknap 
Griffin Eliphalet A. farmer, h. Dover neck 
Griffin Thomas, printery, h. Portland near Main 
Grimes Francis, printery, h. Payne 
Grimes Henry, upholsterer, bds. Payne, cor. Joy 
Grimes James, laborer h. Payne 
Grimes John, laborer, h. Payne 
Grimes John, printery, h. Angle 

Grimes Owen, cotton factory, h. Perkins ; 

Grimes Sarah, widow, h. Payne, cor. George 
Grimes Michael, printery, h. Payne 
Grimes Patrick, printery, h. Mt. Pleasant 
Grimes William, printery, h. Pleasant # 
Grimshaw John, C. M. Co. h. Court 
Grover John H. fireman, B. & M. R. R. bds. St. John 
Guppy Abigail, h. Cocheco 
Guppy George, h. Waldron 
Guppy James B. farmer, h. Cocheco 
Guppy Langdon, house Atkinson 






28 DOVER [H] DIRECTORY. 

Guppy John, at Freeman's oyster saloon, h. I50rchard 
Guppy J. Belknap, farmer, h. Turnpike 
Guppy Joseph D. farmer, h. Turnpike 

HACKETT BURLEIGH, C. M. Co. bds. Walnut, near St. 

John 
Hackett Jeremiah M. farmer, h. Back river road 
Hadley Josiah G., C. M. Co. house Sixth 
Haley Arthur, laborer, h. Main, near Water 
Hale Calvin, cashier, Dover National Bank, b. N. H. House 
Haley Harrison, cashier Cocheco National Bank,Garrison Hill 
Hale John P. h. Pleasant near Central 
Hale John W. shoemaker, bds. Fifth, near Grove 
Hale Lydia R. Miss, house Central, corner Hale 
Hale Sarah C. widow h. Fifth near Grove 
Hale Wm. house, Locust, opposite Hale 
Haley Rufus, produce dealer, 7, 9 and 11 R. R. blck. Frank- 
lin, house Hurd 
Hall A. S. clerk, 11 Central, boards Grove 
Hall Charles F. shoemaker, boards Franklin House 
Hall Chas. H. shoemaker, OldCourt House, 108 Central, h. do. 
Hall Charles W. shoemaker, house Central 
Hall Daniel, Justice Police Court, boards N. H. House 
Hall Everett, stone mason, house Mt. Pleasant 
Hall George, shoemaker, bds. 1 4 Second 
Hall Henry, laborer, house Waldron, near Walnut 
Hall Henry A. blacksmith, bds. W. T. Hall's, St. Thomas, cor. 
Hall Herbert, shoemaker, h. Atkinson [Locnst 

Hall Isaac G. overseer, C. M. Co. house Third 
Hall Joseph, shoemaker, house St. Thomas 
Hall Joshua G. counseller, Central square, house Silver 
Hall Mark J. photographer, bds. 9 Waldron 
Hall Marrilla M. Mrs. house 78 Franklin 
Hall Mary E. widow, house Union, corner Court 
Hall Melvin E. clerk, h. 18 Mechanic 
Hall Oram R. machinist, C. M. Co. house Hanson ; 
Hall Samuel, farmer, Back river road 
Hall Thomas, harness maker, boards 1 Cushing's court 
Hall Tobias R. grocer, cor. Washington and Atkinson, Laskey's 
block, boards Belknap [Thomas and Locust 

Hall William T. blacksmith, Locust, near City Hall, h. cor. St. 
Hall Winslow, reedmaker, C. M. Co. h. Grove, cor. fourth 
Hallam Edwin, shoemaker, boards 26 Fourth 
Hallam Martha, widow, house 26 Fourth 
Hallam Samuel, s]joecutter, house 26 Fourth 
Halloran Matthew, grocer, Payne, h. Third cor. Grove 
Ham Asa G. machinist, house New York' 
Ham Charles, farmer, house Old Factory road 
Ham Caroline, widow, house Second 
Ham Charles A. carpenter, bds. Belknap 



DOVER [H] DIRECTORY. 29 

Ham Charles F. clerk, h. Wash, near Cashing 

Ham Daniel h. 97 Washington 

Ham Elizabeth, h. Poplar cor. North Pine 

Ham Elizabeth W. widow h. 2 Main 

Ham Ephraim, farmer, h Old Factory road 

Ham Israel P. farmer, h. Belknap 

Ham John R. shoemaker, h. Hurd 

Ham John R. physician, 16 Central, bds Second 

Ham John T. W. (Purinton & Ham), hats, caps and furs, 
Central h. Nelson, n. Locust 

Ham John, Mrs. h. 63 Franklin 

Ham Joseph E. coffees, spices, &c. Hughes building. Central 
nr. City Hall, h. Garrison hill 

Ham Joshua N. farmer, h. Barrington road 

Ham Lucy. h. Poplar cor. North Pine 

Ham Martha, widow, h. Portland n. Lafayette sq. 

Ham Mary A. widow, h. School 

Ham Russell B. belt maker, bds 78 Franklin 

Ham Samuel, grocer and liquor dealer, Franklin square, h. 
Charles 

Ham Theron W. carpenter, Belknap, h. do. 

Ham Thomas J. boards 11 Charles 

Ham William, at factory, bds. Martha Ham's, Portland 

Ham 1 William, overseer, C. M. Co. h. 110 Washington 

Hamlin Walcott, attorney, h. 14 Atkinson 

Hammond Charles F. watchman, C. M. Co. h. East Brick 

Hammond David A. teamster, bds. East Brick 

Hammond John P. at glue factory, h. Rogers 

Hampson Anastasia, widow, h. Fourth, cor. Chestnut 

Hampsor Martha, milliner, bds. Mrs. Husband's, Fourth 

Hanen James, printery, h. Sonnet 

Haneford Thomas, blacksmith, h. Bellamy road 

Hanlon Francis, shoemaker, h. Water 

Hanlon Joseph, shoemaker, h. Payne, n. Williams 

Hanscom John H. shoemaker, h. Rochester road 

Han scorn Osborn, shoemaker, h. Waldron 

Hanson Burnham, machinist, h. Portland 

Hanson Charles B. shoemaker, h, New York 

Hanson Daniel E. carpenter, Kirkland, cor. Middle, h. Silver 

Hanson David, farmer, h. Knox marsh road 

Hanson Enoch T. farmer, h. Dover Point road [South Pine 

Hanson Geo. H. book-keeper, (J. T. & N. E. Hanson's), h. 

Hanson Geo. W. shoemaker, h. Mt. Pleasant 

Hanlon Horatio G. jr. painter, C. M. Co. h. Mt. Tleasant 

Hanson Irenia G. widow, house Hanson 

Hanson Isaac W. student, h. at Farmington, N. H. 

Hanson Israel, bds. S. H. Hanson's, Mt. Pleasant 

Hanson Israel; Mrs. widow, farmer, h. Mt. Pleasant 

Hanson James V. carpenter, Kirkland, cor. Middle, h. Nel- 
son, cor. Belknap 



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Hanson James W. painter, h. Hanson 

Hanson John, farmer, h Littleworth road 

Hanson John J. farmer, h. Silver n. Arch 

Hanson John P. proprieter Dover Point House, Dover point 

Hanson John-T. & N. E. grocers, Silver, cor. Central, house 

Mt. Pleasant 
Hanson Jonathan, farmer, Mount Pleasant 
Hanson Joseph, carpenter, h. Garrison hill 
Hanson Joseph B. carpenter, h. 15 Orchard 
Hanson Joseph H. mason, house Mt. Pleasant 
Hanson Leander H. mason, Mount* Pleasant 
Hanson Mary J. C. house Walnut n. Washington 
Hanson L. Mrs. teacher, h. 17 Orchard 
Hanson Nathaniel E. (John T. & N. E. Hanson), grocer, 

Silver, cor. Central, h. Pleasant 
Hanson Samuel, farmer, house Knox marsh road 
Hanson Samuel H. farmer, house Mt. Pleasant 
Hanson Samuel I. farmer, Mount Pleasant 
Hanson Susan Miss, house Silver n. Locust 
Hanson William, laborer, house Union 
Hanson William E. boards Hanson " 
Hanson William H. agent, co-operative store, h. Franklin 
Harris Elizabeth Miss, h. Sonnet nr. George 
Harris Isabella, Miss, h. Sonnet nr. George 
Harrison Mary E. house, 6 Second 

Hardy Charles C. clerk, C. M. Co. h. 2 Church, opp. Middle 
Hardy Frances W. Mrs. widow, house 90 Central 
Hardy Marcia S. Miss, dressmaker, house Central 
Hardy Thomas, Mrs. widow, house Atkinson 
Hardy Washington W. seaman, house 30 Silver 
Harrigan Mrs. house Rollinsford road 
Harrigan Patrick, at Sawyer's mills, h. Pine Hill 
Hartford Charles K. book-keeper, h. Franklin, cor. Sixth 
Hartford James W. harness maker, h. 101 Waghington 
Hartford John H. blacksmith, Washington square, h. Chapel, 

n. Franklin square 
Hartford Julia A. house East Brick 
Hartford Lewis, shoemaker, h. New York 
Hartford Olive G. widow, h. Franklin, cor, Sixth 
Harvey James, printery, house Pleasant [Hill 

Haskell Ezra, vinegar factory, Garrison hill, house Garrison 
Hatch P. Miss, house 55 Locust 
Hatch William Mrs. dressmaker, widow, h. School 
Haughey Edward, printery, h. Payne 
Haughey James, B. & M. R. R. h. Third 
Haughey John, laborer, h. George 
Haughey Patrick, saloon, Payne, h. do. 
Hayes Owen W. clerk, 25 Central, bds. Franklin 
Haworth John, machine printer, h. Grove 
Hayes Andrew, farmer, h. Long hill road 
Hayes Albert, carpenter, bds. Union 



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Hayes Brackett, shoemaker, li. Old Factory road 

Hayes Charles, carpenter, Locust, h. 41 Locust 

Hayes Charles, h. 4 Pleasant 

Hayes Cyrus E. (C. E. & S. C. Hayes), shoe manufacturers, 

h. Fourth 
Hayes C. E. & S. C. shoe manufacturers, Chestnut, corner 

Fourth, h. 27 Fourth 
Hayes Daniel A. shoemaker, bds. Sixth 

Hayes David, clerk, h. Lincoln, corner Grove [House 

Hayes George W. harness maker, Franklin sq. bds. Kimball 
Hayes George W. 2d, upholsterer, h. 2 Fifth 
Hayes Ivory, shoecutter, h. Main 
Hayes John A. farmer, h. Atkinson, corner Nelson 
Hayes John F. lightning rods, pumps, Wash. cor. Arch, h. do. 
Hayes John H. shoecutter, bds. American House 
Hayes John S. auctioneer & collector, Cocheco blk. h. 51 Locust 
Hayes Joseph, 2d, bds. New Hampshire House 
Hayes Joseph, h. Lincoln, near Grove [near St. John 

Hayes Joshua (Walker & Hayes), fish dealers, h. Chapel 
Hayes Mary J. widow, h. Franklin 
Hayes Oliver K. farmer, h. Knox marsh road 
Hayes Samuel C. (C. E. & S. C. Hayes), shoe manufacturer, 

Chestnut, corner Fourth, h. 26 First 
Hayes Samuel W. farmer, h. Knox marsh road 
Hayes Washington P. steam planing, sawing and turning 

mill, Union h. do. [House 

Hayes William W. dentist, 8 Morrill's blk. bds. American 

Hayes , shoemaker, h. Main 

Haynes James, M. h. Fifth 

Haynes John M. surveyor, h. Fifth, near Grove 

Heath Geo. W. manager " Drummer Boy," h. St. Thomas 

Heffernan Richard, laborer, h. Waldron, opp. Walnut 

Hemenway Albert, shoemaker, h. R. R. block [Portland 

Henderson Chas. T. grocer, Franklin sq. h. Rogers, corner 

Henderson Chas. Mrs. h. Franklin square 

Henderson Howard, h. Black Water road 

Henderson Howard, farmer, h. Rochester road 

Henderson Samuel, painter, bds. Washington, near Cushing 

Henderson James W. printer, "Enquirer" Office, h. Mt. 

Pleasant 
Henderson Samuel H. Mrs. h. Rogers, cor. Portland 
Henderson Thomas, farmer, h. Dover Point road 
Henderson William M. h. Mt. Pleasant 
Henlan James, laborer, h. Linton lane 
Hennessey John V. shoemaker, h. Waldron 
Hennessey Thomas J. shoemaker, h. Williams, near Payne 
Henraty Patrick, printery, h. Williams 
Henward Owen, fireman, printery, h. Sonnet, cor. George 
Hestie Thomas, laborer, h. Perkins, near Water 
Heywood James, at Sawyer's mills, h. do. 



32 DOVER [H] DIRECTORY. 

Higgins Patrick, laborer, h. Water 

Hildreth William E. (Niles & Co.'s) express messenger, h. Fifth 

Hill Albert C. (Jacob K. Furington & Co.), hats, caps and 

furs, 4 Central, h. Summer, near Locust 
Hill Charles H. carriage maker, bds. 78 Franklin 
Hill Joseph W. carpenter, h. Belknap 
Hill Lebbeus, h. Eollingsford road 

Hill Levi G. physician, 61 Washington, c. Walnut, h. do. 
Hill Moses, shoemaker, h. Winter 
Hill Mrs. h. Eollingsford road 
Hill Moses D. (S. H. Fuller & Co.), stoves and tinware, 

5 Cocheco block, h. 22 New York 
Hill Smith, farmer, h. Dover neck 
Hill William, h. 72 Franklin 
Hill William H. overseer, C. M. Co. h. 4 Second 
Hillard William P. machinist, h. Waldron 
Hills Edwin A. Dover " Gazette," 10 Central 
Hines, Richard, saloon, Main, h. do. 

Hobbs Frank, lawyer, 19 Central, bds. Mrs. Smith's, Central 
Hobbs George W. h. Mt. Pleasant, corner Union 
Hodgdon Andrew J. farmer, h. Barrington road 
Hodgdon George, teamster, house School 
Hodgdon Joseph H. farmer, house Mast road 
Hodgdon Lyman, house New York 
Hodgdon Daniel D. fireman, printery, house Hurd 
Hodgkiss Thomas, inspector at printery, house N. York 
Hodsdon E. P. insurance agent, 2 Morrill's block, Franklin 

square, house Court. 
Hodsdon Frank P. clerk, J. Y. Demeritt & Go's, boards 

Third. 
Hoitt Bethesda, widow, house Chapel 
Hogan Patrick, Sawyer's mill, house do. 
Hoitt George W. laborer, house Main 
Hoitt Hateville, shoemaker, house Orchard, cor. Walnut. 
Hoitt Hiram D. painter, Third, near Franklin, house 10 

Charles. 
Hoitt John D. boards H. Hoitt's, Orchard 
Hoitt W. K. A. deputy sheriff, house Silver, near Central 
Holbrook M. L. Miss, ladies furnishing goods, 3 Union 

block, Central 
Hoitt Willis W. boards H. Hoitt's, Orchard 
Holmes Joel, farmer, house Barrington road , 
Holt Joseph, watchman, B. & M. R. R. house Second 
Holland Catherine, widow, Water 
Hooke Daniel, sewing machines, Washington, cor. Locust, 

house at Haverhill, Mass. 
Hooper Charles, shoemaker, house Mast road. 
Hooper John, farmer, house Mast road 
Hooper William, farmer, house Mast road 
Hope Henry, overseer, printery, boards 82 Central 



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Hope Mary Mrs. widow, house 82 Central 

Horn Nathaniel, fanner, house Old Factory road 

Horn Oliver S. farmer, house Old Factory road 

Home Alonzo, farmer, house Barrington road 

Home Charles D. shoemaker, house Waldron 

Home Charles E. clerk, boards 16 New Yoik 

Home George W. & Son, brick makers, Cocheco, house 

New York 
Home Gustavus H. clerk, Dover National Bank, boards 

Fourth st. • 

Home Ichabod, farmer, house Barrington road 
Home Ira, farmer, house Black Water road 
Home James, farmer, house Black Water road 
Home James A. watches and jewelry, 25 Central, house 

5 Hurd 
Home James W. at Sawyer's mill, boards William Home's 
Home Jeremiah, physician, house Franklin 
Horne John W. clerk, house Franklin, cor. Sixth 
Home L. clothing and^furnishing goods, 23 Central, h. Franklin 
Horne Nathan, farmer, house Dover neck 
Home Nathaniel, former, house Dover neck 
Horne Nicholas P. carpenter, house Franklin, near Garrison 

Hill 
Horne Paul, farmer, house near Long Hill 
Horne Wesley R. farmer, house Old Factory road 
Horne William, farmer, house near Pine Hill 
Horsch Carl H. physician, Locust, opp. Summer, house do. 
Horton Charles H. bookbinder, varieties, etc. 37 Washington, 

house 100 do. 
Horton George E. clerk, boards 100 Washington 
Hosmer(L. W.) & Caverly (O. A.) Misses, dressmakers, 3 

Central, house do. 
Hough Catherine, widow, house 14 Fifth 
Hough Harry H. at savings bank, boards 10 Fifth 
Hough Nancy J. house 14 Fifth 
Plough Ralph, calico printer, house 10 Fifth 
Hough Thomas H. B. brass foundry, 5 Main, boards do. 
Hovey Thomas C. (Davis, Hovey & Co.) shoe manufac- 
turers, Orchard, house 9 do. 
Howard John, shoemaker, house Middle, near church 
Howard Matthew, printery, house Cedar, near North Pine 
Howard William T. blacksmith, house 16 Fifth 
Howcroft David, calico printer, house 22 Atkinson 
Howcroft William S. laborer, house Third, near Chestnut 
Howe John, shoemaker, house Washington, near Belknap 
Howe George, printery, house Belknap 
Howe Luther M. grocer, Ham's block, house Walnut, near 

Washington 
Howitt James, clerk, Mark Rand's, house Young 
Howland Fenton, shoemaker, house Waldron 



34 DOVER [H] DIRECTORY. 

Howland Michael, laborer, house Waldron 

Howland Michael, 2d, laborer, house Waldron 

Hoye John A. grocer, Main, house Payne, near Hanson 

Hoye Patrick, clerk, John A. Hoye, boards Payne, n. Hanson 

Hoye Peter, laborer, house Payne 

Huckins William, watchman, C. M. Co. boards 10 Second 

Hughes Catherine, widow, house Payne 

Hughes Catherine, widow, house Perkins 

Hughes Edward, printery, house Waldron 

Hughes Christopher, laborer, house Third 

Hughes James, printery, house Waldron 

Hughes Frank, carriage maker, boards Perkins 

Hughes James, shoemaker, house Waldron 

Hughes James, Cocheco Mills Co. house Dover Point road 

Hughes Jane, widow, house Water 

Hughes John, Cocheco Mills Co. house Young 

Hughes John, operative, house Perkins 

Hughes Margaret, widow, house Central, near City Hall 

Hughes Margaret, widow, house Perkins, corner Water 

Hughes Michael, laborer, house Central 

Hughes Patrick Jr. grocer, Central, near Washington, house 

Chapel, near Main 
Hughes Patrick, printery, house Payne, near Williams 
Hughes Patrick H. grocer, Main, house over store 
Hughes Peter, on Railroad, house Linton's lane 
Hughes Susan, widow, house Perkins 
Hughes Thomas, laborer, house Young 
Hull Charles, blacksmith, boards Franklin 
Hull John B. blacksmith, New York, cor Franklin, h. do. 
Hull Samuel H. clerk, 33 Washington, bds. 82 Franklin 
Huntress Dorothy, widow, house 3 East Brick 
Huntress Leander, house 3 East Brick 
Hurd Charles E. shoemaker, h. Fifth, n. Grove 
Hurd Clark P. shoemaker, h. Fourth n. the river 
Hurd Ezekiel Mrs. h. Washington n, Cushing 
Hurd Frank, shoemaker, bds. Fifth n. Grove 
Hurd H. J. (A. W. Cotton & Co.) dry and fancy goods, Frank- 
lin square, bds Franklin 
Hurd James H. carpenter, house Mount Vernon 
Hurd Jesse, farmer, house Garrison Hill 
Hurd John H. shoe manufacturer, Grove, h. 25 do. 
Hurd Samuel F. carpenter," house Orchard, corner Walnut 
Husband E. Miss, millinery, 17 Central, h. Fourthc. Chestnut 
Hussey Albert F. clerk, 11 Central, h. 24 Atkinson 
Hussey Benj. jr. farmer, h. Rochester road 
Hussey Benjamin, shoemaker, h. Rochester road 
Hussey Charles H., B. & M. R. R. bds. 78 Franklin 
Hussey Charles H. painter, bds. 93 Washington 
Hussey Daniel, shoemaker, h. Poplar, cor. North Pine 
Hussey Daniel, farmer, h. Littleworth road 



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Hussey Frank, driver, Niles' Express Co. boards Littlewopth 
road 

Hussey Freeman, farmer, h. Old Factory road 

Hussey Ira H. farmer, bds. M. S. Hussey's, Rochester road 

Hussey John S. farmer, h. Rochester road 

Hussey Moses, farmer, h. Rochester road 

Hussey Moses S. farmer, h. Rochester road 

Hussey Samuel, boards 93 Washington 

Hussey Susan, Mrs. house 93 Washington 

Hussey Timothy, farmer, house Long Hill road 

Hutchins Mark, carpenter, bds. Jesse Hurd's, Garrison Hill 

Hutchins Martin S. shoe cutter, h. foot of Hurd 

Hutchins Mary J. widow, h. Portland, opp. Rogers 

Hutchins Joseph C. grocer, Third, house Franklin, near Gar- 
rison Hill 

INGHAM RICHARD, house, Rollinsford road 
Ingraham Oramal C. shoemaker, h. Atkinson n. St. Thomas 
Irving David, laborer, house Second *| OjQS^^^JB 

Irving James, printery, house, School JLo'Olw ■ 4 O 

JACKMAN JACOB, farmer, house Durham road 

Jackson David A. clothes cleaning and repairing, 3 Morrill's 

block, h. do. 
Jackson James M. shoemaker, h. 4 Poplar 
Jackson Joseph L. last manuf. Franklin, h. Second 
Jackson Moses F. last maker, h. 49 Franklin 
Jacobs Ellen, widow, h. Waldron, n. Central 

Jacobs , shoemaker, h. Harrington road 

Jasper Orlando H. clergyman, h. 4 Charles 

Jenks David, farmer, h. Rochester road 

Jenness Alvah H. machinist, h. Hanson 

Jenness Chesley, shoemaker, bds. Winter, cor. Cedar 

Jenness Franklin H. shoedresser, h. Rollinsford road 

Jenness George, shoemaker, h. Rollinsford road 

Jenness Keziah, house First 

Jenness Maria, widow, house First 

Jenness Nathaniel, farmer, head of Pleasant 

Jenness Samuel, C. M. Co. house Belknap cor. Folsom 

Jenness Stephen A. clerk, h. New York 

Jewell James, bds. East Brick 

Johnson Dennis, farmer, h. Long Hill road 

Johnson Dennis A. farmer, h. Long Hill road 

Johnson George W. house 22 Fourth 

Johnson J. Mrs. hairworker, 43 Washington 

Johnson Napoleon B. hairworker, 43 Wash. h. 57 Locust 

Johnson Samuel F. clerk, C. W. Wiggin's, Franklin square 

h. Chapel 
Jones Austin, shoemaker, h. East Brick 
Jones Q. M. baker, boards 99 Washington 



36 DOYER [K] DIRECTORY. 

Jqnes Joseph, high sheriff, Strafford Co. h. Silver n. Cushing 
Jordan G. T. baker, 48 & 50 Franklin, house on new street 

from New York 
Jordan John S. designer, C. M. Co. h. Garrison 
Jorde Mareus, tailor, h. Back river road 
Jorde Theodore, spinner, h. Back river road 
Joy Charles E. carpenter, h. New York 
Joy George A. shoemaker, bds. .1 6 New York 
Joy Lowell E. shoemaker, bds. 16 New York 
Judge Henry, engraver, bds. N. H. House 
Judge Mary, widow, h. Portland n. Main 

KAY EDWARD, farmer, h. Littleworth road 

Kay Elizabeth, widow, house Payne 

Kay Joseph, farmer, h. Littleworth road 

Kay Richard, printery, house Hanson 

Kearns Edward, bds. John Kearns', Young 

Kearns John, laborer, h. Young 

Keaveney Mark, laborer, house Waldron 

Keaveney Thomas, laborer, house Central 

Keay Patrick, laborer, h. Payne n. Williams 

Kelley Alice, Mrs. widow, h. Back river road 

Kelly John, laborer, h. Waldron 

Kelly John H. farmer h. Littleworth road 

Kelly Neal, printery, h. Payne 

Kelly Peter, C. M. Co. h. Waldron, near Walnut 

Kennan Francis, laborer, h. Waldron 

Kennard B. F. clerk, John L. Laskey's, h. Franklin 

Kennard H. B. lather, bds. 1 Cushing's ct. 

Kennard Ellen, widow, h. George, cor. Payne 

Kenney Isaac B. shoemaker, bds. Cocheco 

Kenney Isaac, farmer, h. on road from Toll End to Littleworth 

Kennedy James, slater, h. Water 

Kenney John, painter, h. Mt. Pleasant [Littleworth 

Kenney Jno. F. shoemaker, h. on road from Toll End to 

Kenney John H. shoemaker, h. Belknap 

Kennedy Mary Jane, widow, h. Atkinson 

Kennedy Thomas, laborer, h. Third, near Chestnut 

Kinnedy Thomas Mrs. Central, near City Hall 

Kilborn Alexander, h. 49 Locust 

Kimball Charles, farmer, h. Old Factory road 

Kimball C. W. farmer, h. Old Factory road 

Kimball Frank, clerk, bds. N. H. House 

Kimball Hannah E. widow, h. St. John 

Kimball Horace, farmer, h. Toll End road 

Kimball Jane, h. Old Factory road 

Kimball John H. millwright, h. Arch, cor. Nelson 

Kimball John L. clerk, bds. Atkinson 

Kimball Joseph E., C. M. Co. h. 16 Second 

Kimball Mary A. h. Old Factory road 



DOVER [L] DIRECTORY. 37 

Kimball Oscar F. clerk, 25 Central, bds. St. John 
Kimball Richard, farmer, h. Old Factory road 
Kinnear E. C. shoemanufacturer, Chestnut, h. Silver 
Kinnear Lucius, shoe cutter, bds. Charles 
Kisteman Gustavus, laborer, h. New York 
Kittredge John, farmer, h. Silver 
Kittredge Joseph, painter, bds. Walnut 
Kittredge Thomas W. farmer, h. Littleworth road 
Kivel John, clerk, B. F. Rackley's, bds. Angle 
Kivil Patrick, farmer, h. Angle 
Knox Alonzo, shoemaker, h. New York 

LACKLAN PATRICK, laborer, h. Payne 

Ladd Lewis, shoemaker, h. Fourth, cor. Franklin 

Lanagan John, h. Third, near Chestnut 

Lamos J. C. baggage master, B. & M. R. R. bds. N. H. H. 

Lancaster John, at Sawyer's mill, h. Dover Point road 

Landecker Henry, clerk, Wm. Sterns', bds. Pleasant 

Lane Edmund B. (E. J. Lane & Co.), 18 Central, h. 3 
Pleasant [h. 8 Pleasant 

Lane Edmund J. & Co. books and stationery, 18 Central, 

Lane E. J. (E. J. Lane & Co.), 18 Central, h. 8 Pleasant 

Lane Frank, shoe cutter, h. 10 Second 

Lane Samuel, shoemaker, h. New York 

Lane William H. shoemaker, h. Second 

Langley Currier W. carpenter, bds. Union 

Laskey John L. grocer, 3 Central sq. h. Washington 

Laskey J. L. (J. L. Laskey & Son), h. Washington 

Laskey J. L. and Son, books, stationery, room paper, fancy 
goods, Washington, opp. City Hall 

Laskey L. B. (J. L. Laskey & Son), h. Washington 

Laskey William, farmer, h. Mt. Pleasant 

Lathrop Moses C. physician, St. John, h. do. 

Law Henry, harness maker and carriage manufacturer, Cen- 
tral, near Washington, h. Walnut, near Washington 

Lawrence David, Wolfborough Express, office B. & M. 
depot, h. 57 Washington 

Learey James, printery, h. Angle 

Leathers Alphonso, shoemaker, h. No. Pine 

Leathers John, carpenter, h. Portland 

Leavitt Charles H. clerk, P. O. bds. 9 Grove 

Lee Daniel, carpenter, bds. Union 

Lee Thomas Mrs. widow, h. Fifth near Franklin 

Ledeuix Peter, laborer, h. Main 

Legg Charles H. painter, h. 15 Orchard 

Legg Frank W. photograph artist, Washington, corner Cen- 
tral, sq. bds. 15 Orchard 

Legg Lucien B. police officer, h. Fourth, west of river 

Leighton, Carrie A. tailoress, h. 1 Mechanic 

Leighton Clarinda, widow, h. Winter 



38 DOVER [L] DIRECTORY. 



Leighton George, shoemaker, h. New York 

Leighton Henry, photographer, h. Fayette 

Leighton James H. shoemaker, h. Fayette 

Leighton John, farmer, h. 18 Atkinson 

Leighton John H. (Leighton & Plummer), shoe manufactu- 
rer, h. Fifth cor. Chestnut 

Leighton Nancy, widow, h. Mechanic, cor. School 

Leighton Samuel, shoemaker, h. Franklin ct. 

Leighton & Plummer, (John H. Leighton, John C. Plumer, 
shoe manufacturers, Fourth 

Lewis Lydia J. widow, h. Lothrop's ct. 

Libbey Charles 0. secretary Free Will Foreign Baptist Mis- 
sion Society, h. 20 Orchard 

Libbey Frank B. painter, bds. 82 Washington 

Libbey George, shoecutter, bds. 8 Second [square 

Libbey James H. (Libbey & Twombly), grocers, h. Central 

Libbey Silas, farmer, Dunn farm, h. do. 

Libbey J. T. S. (Libbey & Co.)," Dover Enquirer," h. Wash. 

Libbey & Co. (J .T. S. Libbey, John R. Varney), publishers 
" Dover Enquirer," Strafford bank building 

Libbey P. A. provisions, Washington, near Locust 

Lillie Charles, printery, h. Waldron 

Lillie William, at Sawyer's mill, h. Central 

Littlefield Alpheus, C. M. Co. h. Waldron 

Littlefield Albert H. music teache, h. Garrison hill 

Littlefield Asa H. shoemaker, 20 Central, h. 84 Washington 

Littlefield Cyrus, tinware, h. Garrison hill 

Littlefield David F., C. M. Co. h. 23 Fourth 

Littlefield Daniel, boots and shoes, 43 Wash. h. Belknap 

Littlefield Edward E., C. M. Co. h. Fourth 

Littlefield Frank 0. clerk (Boston), h. Atkinson 

Littlefield George W. shoemaker, h. New York 

Littlefield Horace (S. H. Fuller & Co.) stoves & tinware, 5 
Cocheco block, house 11 Atkinson 

Littlefield John H., C. M. Co. house School 

Littlefield Joseph H. shoemaker, house 79 Washington 

Littlefield Joseph, farmer, house Rochester road 

Littlefield Sarah C. house Garrison hill 

Littlefield Theodora Mrs. house Mechanic 

Livsey Peter, wool sorter, house Pleasant 

Lochlan Catherine, widow, house Pleasant 

Lochlan Daniel, printery, house Pleasant 

Lochlan Hannah, widow, house Central 

Lochlan James, printworks, boards Pleasant 

Lochlan Michael, printery, house Pleasant 

Locke Edward A. marble worker, house Washington, cor. 
Atkinson 

Locke George A. cutter, 1 1 Central, house at Madbury 

Locke Oliver B. laborer, house Barrington road 

Locke Parsons, carpenter, boards 1 Cushing ct. 



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Lo , Samuel, carpenter, house Portland 

Locke William H. house 1 South Pine 

Long Horace, farmer, house Dover Point road 

Lord |,Charles E. (Lord' & Norton), coffin and cabinetmaker. 

Locust, near City Hall, house Central 
Lord & JNorton, coffin and cabinet makers, Locust, near 

City Hall 
Lord Hiram, carpenter, B. & M. R, R. boards Winter 
Lord John, house Hurd, near Franklin 
Lord John A. shoemaker, house New York 
Lord Moses C, C. M. Co. house St. Thomas 
Lord Parker W. pressman, " Star'" office, house Atkinson 
Lord Randall, C. M. Co. house Third 
Lord Sarah, dressmaker, Third, house do. 
Lothrop Daniel Jr. (D. Lothrop & Co.) house at Boston 
Lothrop Edward, machinist, house Littleworth road 
Lothrop John C. (D. Lothrop & Co.) , house at Great Falls 
Lothrop D. & Co. (James E. Daniel Jr. & John C. Lothrop), 

clothing, 5 & 6 Morrill's block, Franklin square 
Lothrop Lewellyn, machinist, house Littleworth road 
Lothrop James E. (D. Lothrop & Co.), clothing, 5 & 6 

Morrill's block, house First 
Lothrop Mary E. widow, house Franklin, near Garrison hill 
Lothrop M. Henry, clerk, boards Franklin, near Garrison 

hiir 

Lothrops & Pinkham, apothecaries, Franklin square, opp. 

American House 
Lougee Lyman, farmer, house Mast road 
Lougee Lyman B. house 9 New York 
Lougee George, shoemaker, house Barrington road 
Lougee Sarah h. 16 New York 

Lovejoy George, shoemaker, boards Chapel, near Mechanic 
Lovejoy Warren F. shoemaker, house Chapel, nr. Mechanic 
Lowd Charles, shoemaker, boards 16 Hurd 
Low ' Nathaniel, physician, house Silver, cor. Atkinson 
Lowell George G. grocer, Franklin square, house 2 Hurd 
Loynd W. A. tailor, house 18 Atkinson 
Lucas Isaac, brickmaker, house Dover neck 
Ludolf John, C. M. Co. house Charles, near Hurd 
Lupus Augustine Mrs. widow, house Franklin, near Garrs- 

son hill 
Lyman Wm. B. builder, house 12 Charles 
Lynch John, mule spinner, house George, near Payne 
Lyons Ann, widow, house Main 
Lyons Catherine, widow, house School 
Lyons Daniel, C. M. Co. house 3 Second 



40 DOVER [M] DIRECTORY. 

MACK JOHN, madder dyer, printery, house 53 Locust 

Macklin Patrick, C, M. Co. house Payne 

Maddox Nelson, paver, house Fourth, near the river 

Mahoney David, house Payne, near Williams 

Mahoney Dennis, grocer, Central, boards J. Mahoney's 

Payne 
Mahoney James, laborer, house 53 Payne 
Mahoney John, variety store, Main, house do. • 
Mahoney Patrick, Payne, house do. 
Mallan James, laborer, house Water 
Mallan John, printery, house Water 
Mangan David, printery, house Waldron 
Mann Joseph, mason, house St. Thomas 
Manning Elizabeth, widow, house Mechanic 
Mannock David, Sawyer's mills, h. Dover Point road 
Mansur Joseph, lastmaker, h. Third, below Grove 
Marden Herbert A. blacksmith, bds. Union, cor. Court 
Markey Patrick, C. M. Co. h. Waldron 
Markey Patrick, C. M. Co. h. Payne 
Markey Thomas, laborer, h. Main 
Martin Alfred, laborer, h. Waldron 
Martin John, laborer, h. Waldron 
Martin John, printery, h. Central 
Martin Margaret, widow, h. Waldron 
Martin Mary, widow, h. Central 
Martin Noah Dr. Mrs. h. Nelson, near Atkinson 
Martin Ralph R. tinsmith, bds. Locust 
Mason Alice, widow, h. Kirkland 
Mason Daniel, Y. clerk, h. Waldron 
Mason John Mrs. widow, h. Atkinson, near Nelson 
Mason Mar^ M. dressmake,r h. Franklin 
Mathes Albert O. clerk, Savings Bank for county of Strafford 
Matthes John H. printer, h. 18 Orchard 
Matthes Samuel H. surveyor at C. M. Co. h. 18 Occhard 
Matthews C. millinery, Franklin square 
Maxwell John S. h. School 
McArdle Chas. printery, h. Waldron 
McArdle Edward Mrs. widow, h. Waldron 
McArdle Francis, printery, h. Payne 
McArdle James, laborer, h. Third 
McArdle John, carpenter, h. Third 
McArdle Lawrence, shoemaker, h. Central 
McArdle Patrick, printworks, bds. Central 
McArdle Peter, grocer, Central, h. do. 
McArthur Lewis G. shoemaker, bds. 3 First 
McBennett John, laborer, h. Third, near Grove 
McBennett Michael, laborer, h. Central 
McBennett Rosa, widow, h. Water, 
McCabe Catherine, h. Linton's lane 
McCabe John, refreshment saloon, Waldron, h. da. 



DOVER [M] DIRECTORY. 41 

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McCarthy Catharine, widow, house Central, opp. City Hall 

McCarthy John, at Sawyer's mill, house Pine Hill 

McCarthy Sarah, house Angle 

McCarthy John, house Pine Hill 

McClintock Joseph, farmer, bds. H. G. McDuffey's, Cocheco 

McCooey James, printery, house Portland, corner Main 

McCooey Mary, house Central, near City Hall 

McCone Barney, laborer, house Third, near Grove 

McCoole Daniel, laborer, house Payne 

McCuen Phelix, C. M. Co. house 61 Williams 

Mc Daniel Elizabeth K. house Silver, near Locust 

McDermott Catherine, widow, housejMain 

McDermott Thomas, house Central 

McDermott Thomas, grocer, Main, near Water, house do. 

McDevitt John, house First 

McDonald James, grocer, house First 

McDonald John, spinner, house Sawyer's mill 

McDonald Patrick, printery, house George, near Payne 

McDonald Thomas, weaver, house near Sawyer's mill 

McDonnell Mrs. house near Sawyer's mill 

McDonough James, Sawyer's mills, house do. 

McDonough James, at Sawyer's mill, house do. 

McDonough Patrick, dyer, Sawyer's mills, house do. 

McDonough Patrick, at Sawyer's mill, house do. 

McDonough Timothy, Sawyer's mill, house do. 

McDuffey Henry G. farmer, house Cocheco 

McDufFey James, Mrs. house Cocheco 

McDuffey James Y. farmer, house Old Factory road 

McDuffee Lyman, printery, house Portland 

McFadden Michael, variety store, Portland, corner Main 

McGarey Bridget, house Water 

McGlone Mrs. house Young 

McGlone James, Mrs. house Sonnet, near George 

McGill Ann, widow, house Williams 

McGor Julia, house Waldron 

McGor Michael, C. M. Co. house Waldron 

McGor Peter, laborer, house Waldron, corner Green 

McGowen Frank, laborer, house Sawyer's mills 

McGuinness Ellen, house Linton's lane 

McGuinness Patrick, laborer, house George, corner Payne 

McGuire James, shoemaker, boards Waldron, corner Central 

Mclntire James, laborer, house Third 

Mclntire Mary, house Linton's lane 

Mclntire Samuel C, C. M. Co. house Rollinsford road 

Mclntire Samuel L. laborer, house Rollinsford road 

McKay Alexander, at W. S. Stevens, Garrison Hill 

McKay John, printery, house Central 

McKay Patrick, house Payne .♦ 

McKenna Hugh, printery, house Payne 

McKenna Patrick, saloon, Third opp. Depot, house do. 



42 DOVER [M] DIRECTORY. 

McKenney John, laborer, house Waldron 

McKeon Edward, laborer, house Water 

McKerney Bridget, widow, house Payne 

McKerney Patrick, laborer, house 54 Payne 

McKerney Peter, printery, house Payne 

McKane Catherine, widow, house Young 

McLane Susan, widow, h. Payne, near Williams 

McLaughlin Michael, farmer, h. Water 

McMahan P. Mrs. widow, h. Payne 

McMann Catherine, widow, h. Perkins 

McMann James, printery, h. Perkins, near Water 

McMann John, printery, h. Perkins, near Water 

McManus Michael, at Sawyers', h. Dover Point road 

McManus Patrick, laborer, h. Young 

Miller Clifford, laborer, h. Water 

Miller Granville, hair-dresser, bds. Cedar, opp. North Pine 

McMullen Patrick, clerk, h. Payne 

McNalley Francis, laborer, h. George 

McNalley Patrick, laborer, h. Young 

McNalley Patrick, printery, h. Water 

McNalley Sylvester, laborer, h. Water, near Perkins 
McOwen Felix, printery, h. Williams, near Water 

McOwen Patrick Mrs. widow,* h. Perkins 

McQuade John, h. Third, near Water 

McRay John, engraver, printery, h. Central 

McShane James, printery, h. Payne 

McShane Patrick, printery, h. Payne 

McSorley Patrick, shoemaker, h. Water 1 

Meader David F. farmer, h. Back river road [First 

Meader Isaac, U. S. Navy Yard Charlestown, Mass, h. 11 

Meader Jasper Y. farmeiyh. Back river road 

Meader Jesse, clergyman, h. Back river road 

Meader Joseph, farmer, h. Long river road 

Meader Moses, farmer, h. Long hill road 

Meads Thomas, shoemaker, h. Waldron 

Meahan John, farmer, h. Water 

Melcher Almira, h. Atkinson, cor. Nelson 

Melcher Mary, h. Atkinson, cor. Nelson 

Mellen Win. shoemaker, h. North Pine 

Mellor Thomas, brewer, h. New York 

Melvin Clarence, truckman, h. First 

Merrill George A. shoemaker, h. Pollingsford road 

Merrill Isaac, painter, h. Rollingsford road [Second 

Merrill H. T. Boston branch store, 7 Morrill's blk. h. 15 

Merrifield Charles W. shoecutter, bds. 11 Oi chard 

Merrill William, shoemaker, h. Washington, cor. Atkinson 

Meserve Andrew, farmer, h. Back river road 

Meserve Caroline E. widow, h. Belknap, near St. Thomas 

Meserve Frank P. bds. Mrs. Meserve's, Belknap 

Meserve Henry, farmer, h. Back river road 



DOVER [M] DIRECTORY. 43 

Meserve James, shoemaker, bds. St. John 

Meserve James P. shoemaker, bds. Mrs. Meserve's, Belknap 

Meserve James W. farmer, Back river road 

Meserve John, h. head of Pleasant 

Meserve John, farmer, h. Back river road 

Meserve Lewis, shoemaker, bds. 1 Gushing' s ct. 

Meserve Oliver B. shoecutter, h. Fourth 

Meserve Samuel, bds. Mrs. Meserve's, Belknap 

Mildram Charles, machine moulder, h. Second 

Mills Ada, h. Waldron 

Miles T. carpenter, h. Washington, near Cashing 

Milne Jane, widow, h. Prospect 

Miloy Dennis, C. M. Co. h. Central 

Mitchell Alonzo, stonecutter, h. Grove 

Mitchell Alvin, milk wagon, h. Little worth road 

Mitchell Andrew, shoemaker, h. Second, near Central 

Mitchell Charles, farmer, h. near Long hill road 

Mitchell Geo. W. shoemaker, h. East Brick, near Franklin 

Mitchell Hannah, h. Waldron, near Walnut 

Mitchell Joshua K. shoemaker, h. Old Factory rord 

Mitchell Jennie, h. Waldron, near Walnut 

Mitchell S. livery stable, Central, n. N. H. House> h. Kirkland 

Mitchell William, printery, h. Third, near Chestnut [Third 

Moody A. M. Miss, saleswoman, 4 Central, h. Chestnut, cor. 

Moody Ira A, Mrs. dressmaker, h. 8 Atkinson 

Moody Silas, hats, caps and furs, Cocheco block, Washington, 
h. Church, cor. Middle 

Mooney Elizabeth, widow, h. School 

Mooney Michael, laborer, h. 57 Payne 

Mooney Thomas, bds. 57 Payne 

Moore Alfred, spinner, h. Dover Point road 

Moore Ann, h. Water 

Moore Henry B. Sawyer's milis, h. Linden 

Moore James, h. Waldron 

Moore Moody M. carpenter, h. Portland, near Gulf road 

Moore William, farmer, h. Rochester road 

Moore William H. shoe dresser, h. New York 

Montgomery Mrs. h. New York, cor. Charles 

Moran John, laborer, h. Central, near City Hall 

Morgan John, laborer, h. Waldron 

Morgan Patrick, printery, h. Young 

Morrill Bros. (W. A. and G. F. Morrill), carpetings, crockery, 
and glassware, 1 Cocheco block, Washington 

Morrill Charles J. clerk, boards 76 Franklin 

Morrill Edward, furniture, 35 Washington, h. 4 Fifth 

Morrill George F. (Morrill Bros.), china, crockery and glass- 
ware, Cocheco block, Washington, h. 113 Washington 

Morrill Jonathan, agent aqueduct, h. 43 Franklin 

Morrill Joseph Mrs. h. 76 Franklin 

Morrill Lucy A. widow, h. 9 Second 



44 DOVER [N] DIRECTORY. 

Morrill Woodbury J. bds. 43 Franklin 

Morrill Wm. A. (Morrill Bros.), china, crockery and glass- 
ware, 1 Cocheco blk. Wash. h. Fayette, cor. Orchard 

Morrissey Margaret, h. Central 

Morrissey Michael, laborer, h. Water, cor. Linton's lane 

Morrow Thomas, cutler, h. Williams 

Morton John E. clerk, 21 Central, bds. Church 

Mosher G. Frank, asst. editor " Morning Star," h. Washington, 
near Cushing 

Moulton Alvah, (Bradley & Moulton), shoe manufacturer, 
Chestnut, cor. Lincoln, h. 57 Franklin 

Moulton Daniel, wood dealer, h. 63 Franklin 

Moulton Frederick, clerk, S. S. Moulton, bds. 26 Locust 

Moulton Harriet M. widow, h. Fayette 

Moulton Josiah S. shoecutter, bds. 18 Orchard 

Moulton Seth S. grocer, Franklin, n. Third, h. 26 Locust 

Mulligen Ann, widow, h. Payne 

Mulligan Edward, Cocheco R. R. h. Linton lane 

Murdock Edward, shoemaker, h. Main 

Murdock Frank, at Sawyer's mills, bds. Linden 

Murdock Patrick, h. Portland 

Murdock Wm. at Sawyer's mills, bds, Linden 

Murphy Anthony Mrs. h. Waldron, near Green 

Murphy Bernard, laborer, h. Waldron 

Murphy Chas. M. dentist, 16 Central, h. Cushing 

Murphy Hiram P. baker, h. 51 Washington 

Murphy John, printery, h. Payne 

Murphy John, laborer, h. Waldron 

Murray Daniel, stoneeutter, h. Mt. Pleasant 

NALLY MICHAEL, laborer, h. 18 Fifth 

Nalley Michael, Jr. marble worker, bds. 18 Fifth 

Nason Charles, shoemaker, h. Chestnut 

Nason Frank, clerk, bds. Mark F. Nason's, New York 

Nason Mark F. surveyor, and salesman for Benj. Collins,' 

Third, h. New York 
Nason Oliver, shoemaker, h. Chestnut 
Nason Orrin, farmer, h. Dover Point road 
Nason Samuel, stone mason, bds. H. G. McDuffey's, Cocheco 
Nason Sarah E. dressmaker, Silver, h. do. 
Nason Wm. F. farmer, h. Silver 

Neal George A. bookeeper, h. Sixth, near Old Factory road 
Neal James A. shoemaker, h. Charles, cor. Franklin 
Neal Matthew, machine printer, h. New York 
Neal Wm. H. shoemaker, h. St. Thomas, near Atkinson 
Nealley B. Frank, dry goods, 25 Central, h. 38 Silver 
Nealley John H. 25 clerk, Central, h, 38 Silver 
Nelson Daniel, Cocheco Manuf. Co. h. Atkinson, near Nelson 
Nesmith John, clerk, h. Locust, near Silver 
Newell W. J. photographer, 24 Central, h. 18 Orchard 



DOVER [0] DIRECTORY. 45 

Nichols Arthur B. carriage manufacturer, Franklin, h. 24 

Silver 
Niles Daniel, (Niles & Co.), Boston express, h. 18 Pleasant 
Niles William, watchman C. M. Co. h. East brick 
Niles & Co. (Daniel Niles, Henry Sayward), Boston Express 

office, between M. R. R. and Centra] square 
Norris Charles W. shoemaker, house 2 Cushing's court 
Norton John, farmer, house Littleworth road 
Norton William H. (Lord & Norton), coffin and cabinet 

maker, house Third, near B. & M, R. R. depot 
Norwood E. Francis, Sawyer's mills, house do. 
Nowans Barney, laborer h. Green 
Nowell George D.(Chamberlin & Nowell), grocer, 49 Franklin 

h. Franklin opp. Fifth 
Nute Andrew, carpenter, house Dover Point road 
Nute Charles H. farmer, Back river road 
Nutter C. II. widow, Silver cor. Cushing 
Nute Ephraim, farmer, h. 33 Pleasant 
Nute Francis, farmer, house Dover Point road 
Nute George F. provisions, h. Second 

Nute George W. confectionery, fruit &c, Third, bds. Second 
Nute Hannah, Mrs. house Back river road 
Nute Ira W. shoe manuf. Grove, cor. Third, house 6 Fifth 
Nute John H. farmer, house Back river road 
Nute Joseph J. farmer, house Back river road 
Nute Joshua B. shoemaker, house Lincoln. 
Nute Lucy, Mrs. house 5 Cushing's court 
Nute Oliver, farmer, house Dover Point road 
Nute Thomas, farmer, house Back River ' [h. 10 School 

Nutter Enoch H. watches and jewelry, Washington square, 
Nutter George, shoemaker, house Third 
Nutter Nathaniel C. C. M. Co. house Littleworth road 
Nutter Valentine, gardener, house Fourth 

OATES BERNARD, Cocheco Manuf. Co. house 28 Main 

O'Brien Daniel, watchman at Sawyer's mill, house do. 

O'Brien Patrick, laborer, house Central 

O'Brien Patrick, laborer, house School 

O'Hern John, laborer, house Water 

O'Kaine B. H. stucco worker, Central, h. Central, n. City Hall 

O'Leary Michael, printery,house Waldron 

O'Neill Francis G. brass finisher, boards. W. F. O'Neill's 

O'Neill James W. farmer, boards W. F. O'Neill's 

O'Neil John, C. M. Co. house Payne 

O'Neil William *F. fanner, Dover Point road 

Osborne Charles B. house 10 Second 

Osborne Daniel Mrs, house 22 Pleasant 

Osborne David G. carpenter, house new street, from N. Y. 

Osborne George, teamster, house Rollinsford road 

Osgood Henry, farmer, house Dover Point road 



46 DOVER [P] DIRECTORY. 

Osgood James Y. shoemaker, bds. St. John 
Osgood Martha A, tailoress, boards Second, cor. Chestnut 
Osgood Mehitable, widow, house Second, corner Chestnut 
Osgood Rebecca W. boards Second, corner Chestnut 
Otis Charles, clerk, Kimball House, Third, boards do. 
Otis Desda M. house Franklin square 
Otis Horatio G. carpenter, house Third 
Otis William P. blacksmith, boards Waldron 

PAGE DANIEL A. boots and shoes, 3 Central, house 

head of Washington 
Page Eli, farmer, house Old Factory road 
Page George W. farmer, house Old Factory road 
Page Moses D. coal dealer, house head Washington 
Page William, farmer, house Old Factory road 
Palmer Aaron A. farmer, house Barrington road 
Palmer t Charles- E. shoemaker, house Grove corner Fifth 
Palmer Eugene, farmer, house Littleworth road 
Palmer George B. shoemaker, house 19 Fifth 
Palmer John C. carpenter, house East Brick 
Palmer John R. shoemaker, house First 
Palmer Mary, house Sixth 
Palmer Morris D. mason, house First 
Palmer Nathaniel G. house Kirkland, corner Central 
Palmer Orrin, mason, boards — . D. Palmer's, First 
Palmer Thomas J. house Washington, corner Walnut 
Palmer William H. boot and shoe manufacturer, St. Thomas 

near Atkinson, house 7 Orchard 
Parker Andrew E music teacher, house 25 Atkinson 
Parker Charles H. painter, boards Franklin House . 
Parker George W. photographer, h. Fayette, n. Wash. 
Parker Joshua, house Fifth 
Patten Stephen, cooper, house Portland 
Patterson George H. weaver, C. M. Co. house Waldron 
Patterson George W Mrs. house Waldron 
Paul Ivory, mason, house Dover neck 
Paul Mary A. widow, house Court 
Paul Susan M. widow, house 36 Locust , 
Payne Dr. Mrs, widow, house Central, corner Silver 
Pearl Thomas, brickmaker, house Dover point 
Peaslee Joseph E. farmer, house Spruce lane, Back River 
Peaslee Joseph T. farmer, house Spruce lane, Back River 
Peavey Bryant, farmer, house Bellamy road 
Pevey Ellen, widow, house Main [road 

Peel Charles F, overseer, Sawyer's Mills, h. Back River 
Peel John, overseer, Sawyer's mills, house do. 
Peirce Benjamin P. farmer, house Knox marsh road 
Pendergrass Bridget, widow, house Payne, nr. Williams 
Pendergrass James, blacksmith, house Payne 
Pendexter Joseph B. farmer, house Littleworth road 



DOVER [P] DIRECTORY. 47 

Pendexter Joseph Mrs. house Littleworth road 

Perkins Abigail, widow, house Chapel, nr. St. Johns 

Perkins Abigail, widow, house Back river road 

Perkins Adams, stone mason, house Central [Atkinson 

Perkins Augustus, machinist, C. M. Co. h. St. Thomas, near 

Perkins Carrie, house St. Thomas 

Perkins Dudley, mason, house Wald-ron, corner Green 

Perkins Hayes, farmer, house Back river road 

Perkins Hiram, shoemaker, h. Charles, n." Rollinsford road 

Perkins H. Marcellus, shoemaker, house Charles, near 

Rollinsford road 
Perkins Isaac T. shoemaker, h. Laskey's blk. Washington 
Perkins Jeremy, hardware, Silver, cor. Pleasant, house 

Linden, corner Locust 
Perkins Lemuel, watchman, C. M. Co, house New York 
Perkins Lyclia widow, house Chapel, near St. John^ 
Perkins Mark, shoemaker, house Rochester road 
Perkins Mary, widow, house St. Thomas 
Perkins Robert, boards 51 Locust 
Perkins Susan B. widow, house Nelson, near Locust 
Perkins William, house 31 Pleasant 
Perkins Winslow T. house Fourth 
Perry George, shoemaker, house Grove 
Philpot Henry, house Rollinsford road 
Philbrick I. E. farmer, house Cocheco 
Pickering Levi, boot and shoe maker, Tetherly's block, 

Central square, boards Second 
Picoot Frank S. carriage maker, Thos. L. Tibbetts', boards do. 
Pidgin E. A. Mrs. dressmaker, 6J- Central, house Court 
Pidgin Lovey H. widow, house Court 

Pidgin W. Channing, printer, " Gazette " office, house Court 
Pierce Andrew, Mrs. house Silver, near Locust 
Pierce Benjamin, Sawyer's mill, house do. 
Pierce C. D. sewing machines, 5 Union Block, boards Court 
Pierce Daniel C. M. fruit, confectionery &c. Third n. Franklin 
Pierce George H. railroad contractor, house 10 Pleasant 
Pierce Eliza J. widow, house 37 Pleasant 
Pierce Joseph A. house South Pine 
Pike Abby A. Mrs. house 31 Silver 
Pike Albert A. shoe cutter, house Arch 
Pike J. G. physician, Second, near Chestnut 
Pike William, saw mill & lumber, Factory Old road, house do. 
Pinkham Aaron, brickmaker, house Dover point 
Pinkham Alonzo, clerk, Dover Point House, boards do. 
Pinkham Alonzo T. (Lothrops& Pinkham), Franklin square 

opposite American House, house Waldron 
Pinkham Asa J. house Atkinson 
Pinkham Daniel, farmer, house Dover point road 
Pinkham Enoch, farmer, house Dover Point 
Pinkham E. W. shoemaker, house Sixth, near Chestnut 



48 DOVER [P] directory; 

Pinkham George, shoemaker, boards North Pine 

Pinkham Geo. W. carpenter, house Waldron, near .Fayette 

Pinkham George R. farmer, house Dover Point road 

Pinkham Henry, farmer, Dover Point road 

Pinkham Hiram, S. carpenter, house Folsom 

Pinkham Ira F. brickmaker, house Dover point 

Pinkham Janyrin F. Mrs. boarding-house, Central 

Pinkham John E. brickmaker, house Dover point 

Pinkham J. Burleigh, overseer, C. M. Co. house 8 Second 

Pinkham Joseph, house Atkinson 

Pinkham Joseph H. C. M. Co. house Waldron 

Pinkham Nancy, widow, house Mount Pleasant 

Pinkham Richard A. brickmaker, house Dover Point 

Pinkham William, teamster, house Hanson 

Pinkham William T. clerk, J. T. & N. E. Hanson's, Silver, 

boards Mrs. N. Pinkham's, Mount Pleasant 
Piper Geo. receiving clerk, C. M. Co. house 26 Silver 
Piper Mary S. teacher, house 26 Silver 
Piper Sally F. Mrs. house 26 Silver 
Piper Sarah B. teacher, house 26 Silver 
Piper William F. repair shop, B. & M. R. R. h. Rollinsford 

road 
Pitman Susan,widow, house St. Thomas, corner Locust 
Place John W. house St. Thomas, near Atkinson 
Place Alonzo R. (Conlen & Place), house Williams 
Place Ira S. shoemaker, house Atkinson 
Place Lavina A. widow, house Orchard 
Platts John L. house Grove 
Platts Simeon F. shoecutter, (C. E. & S. C. Hayes'), house 

24 New York 
Plumer John C. (Leighton & Plumer), shoe manufacturers, 

house Fifth 
Porter Charles, machinist, house Poplar 
Porter Joseph E. clerk, boards 84 Franklin 
Porter Newman T. sea captain, house 84 Franklin 
Powers Michael, joiner, house Linton's lane 
Pray Benjamin, carpenter, house 16 Fourth 
Pray Calvin D. Sawyer's mill, house Back river road 
Pray John C. carpenter, huu^e Fourth 
Pray John W. farmer, house Rochester road 
Pray Samuel, Sawyer's mills, house Linden 
Pray T. J. W. physician, 16 Central, house 12 Pleasant 
Preble B. F. Mrs. house Church, corner Middle 
Prendall Henry, carpenter, house Main, near School 
Prenty Michael, Perkins, near Water 
Prenty Margaret, widow, house Perkins 
Prenty Michael, printery, house Payne 
Prenty Owen, cotton factory, boards Perkins, near Water 
Prenty Thomas, teamster, boards Perkins, near Water 
Prescott George B. (Prescott & Benn), house 25 Silver 



DOVER [Q-R] DIRECTORY. 49 

Prescott J. W. provisions, &c. Locust near City Hall 

Prescott Samuel, farmer, house Back river road 

Preseott & Benn, insurance, Ham's block, Washington 

Preston Arthur L., C. M. Co. house New York 

Preston Benjamin F. blacksmith, house 5 Charles 

Preston Charles E. shoemaker, house New York 

Preston George, shoemaker, house New York 

Preston John, house Second 

Preston Henry, shoemaker, house New York 

Preston Jonas, printery, house Second 

Preston Joseph H. baker, house Fourtji 

Preston William, printery, house Second 

Price A. J. painter, house 3 Poplar 

Purintori (Amos D.) & Ham (J. T. W.) hats and caps, 11 

Central, house Nelson, near Locust 
Purinton George L. teamster, house Belknap 
Purinton Jacob K. & Co. (Albert C. Hill), hats, caps and furs, 

4 Central, house Silver, corner Locust 

QUATLEY WILLIAM, laborer, house Linton's lane 

Quimby Henry, shoemaker, house Washington square 

Quimby John, boards Central 

Quinlan John, laborer, house Main 

Quinlan Margaret, widow, house Third 

Quinlan Michael, moulder, boards Margaret Quinlan's, Third 

Quinlan Patrick, laborer, house Third 

Quinlan William, laborer, house Second, near Central 

Quinn Francis, laborer, house Third 

Quinn James, laborer, house, Young 

Quinn James, laborer, h. Third, n. Grove 

Quinn John, B. & M. R. R. h. Third, n. Grove 

Quinn Mary, widow, h. Williams n. Payne 

Quinn Mary, widow, house Young 

Quint George, bobbin-maker, C. M.^Co. house 11 Second 

Quirk Patrick, laborer, house Payne 

RACKLEY B. F. apothecary, Franklin square, h. Grove, 

corner Fourth 
Radan John, laborer, house Water 
RafFerty William, laborer, house George 
Raitt Win. Franklin, mason, house St. Thomas, n. Atkinson 
Rand John E. printer," Star" office, house Orchard 
Rand Leonard S. house Portland 
Rand Mark F. stove dealer and tin worker, Factory store, 

Franklin square, h. Winter, cor. St. John 
Rand Mrs. widow, house Young 
Rand William, h. Arch, n. Washington 
Randall George, farmer, Mr. Towle's, Silver 
Randall N. " Star " office, house First 
Randall Snell, shoemaker, h. Garrison Hill, n. Rollinsford rd. 



50 DOVER [R] DIRECTORY. 

Randlett Jasper H. carriage manufacturer, 102 Central, opp . 

N. H. House, h. 28 Silver 
Raymond James A. shoemaker, h. Silver, cor. Arch 
Redfield H. A. insurance agent, [5 Morrill's block, h. Frank- 
lin court 
Reed David, farmer, house Cocheco 
Reed Hanson O. overseer, C. M. Co. h. Atkinson 
Reed Huldah Mrs. dressmaker, h. Franklin court 
Reed John Mrs. widow, house 15 Fourth 
Reed Mrs. widow, house Cedar 
Reed Thomas, carpet factory, h. Waldron 

Reed , shoemaker, house Fourth 

Reynard James, at Sawyer's mills, h. do. 
Reynolds A. laborer, house Main 
Reynolds Barney, laborer, house Central 
Reynolds Michael, laborer, house Main 
Reynolds Mrs. widow, house Main 
Reynolds Sarah H. widow, house Silver 
Rich B. fish and meat market, 3 Locust, h. Cushing 
Rich Thatcher, dentist, h. Arch, n. Washington 
Richardson Augustus, h. Bellamy road 
Richardson George A. shoecutter, house Chestnut 
Richardson James A. commission merch. h. 25 Atkinson 
Richmond John B. bds. Rev. J. B. Richmond's Washington 
Richmond John B. clergyman, Episcopal, h. Washington 
Ricker Charles H. (Seavey & Ricker), Franklin, n. Ameri- 
can House, h. Fifth 
Ricker Ephraim W. shoemaker, h. Franklin court 
Ricker Isaac, painter, bds. 1 Cushing's court 
Ricker John, teamster, house Prospect 
Ricker John, Mrs. widow, boards N. H. House 
Ricker Leonard S., C. M. Co. h. Belknap, cor. Cushing 
Ricker Lydia, h. Washington, n. Locust 
Ricker Oliver P., C. M. Co. h. Belknap, cor. Folsom 
Ricker Sarah F. Mrs. widow, h. Lothrop's court 
Ricker William H. clerk, Purinton & Ham's, 11 Central, h. 

24 Fourth 
Riley Ann, widow, house 84 Central 
Riley Patrick, laborer, house Payne 
Riley Patrick, house Linton's lane 
Rines John W. shoemaker, house Portland 
Rines William H. expressman, h. 14 Mechanic 
Ripley George H. clerk, Freeman's oyster house, h. Frank- 
lin, cor. Sixth 
Roach Dennis, laborer, house Payne 
Roach Thomas, laborer, house Payne 
Roberts Alonzo, farmer, h. Dover Point road 
Roberts Aaron, mason, h. 44 Locust 

Roberts Amasa, house 6 Silver [n. Main 

Roberts Andrew J. clerk, G. L. Folsom's, Main, h. Portland, 



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Roberts Andrew T. farmer, h. Dover neck 

Roberts Daniel W. farmer, h. Dover neck 

Roberts E. Mrs. widow, house 9 First 

Roberts Elijah, machinist, house 45 Locust 

Roberts Frank I. clerk, J. C. Hutchins', bds. 13 New York 

Roberts F. W. hats, caps and furnishing goods, 4 Morrill's 
new block, Franklin square, bds. Kimball House 

Roberts George A. clerk, J. T. & N. E. Hanson's, Silver, 
boards Silver 

Roberts Henry & Co. provisions, Third, n. Franklin, house 
Dover neck 

Roberts Howard M. farmer, house Dover Point road 

Roberts James A. shoemaker, bds. Mary J. Garland's, Gulf rd. 

Roberts John, farmer, house Dover Point road 

Roberts John, grocer, Franklin square, h. 17 Fourth 

Roberts John, carpenter, h. Portland, n. Main 

Roberts Oliver L. farmer, house Dover Point road 

Roberts Samuel, house Dover Point road 

Roberts Seth, (Henry Roberts & Co.) provisions, h. Orchard 

Roberts Stephen, farmer, house Garrison Hill 

Roberts William E. hack stable, 91 Central, h. do. 

Robinson Charles C. stone cutter, house Fifth | 

Robinson Edward H. shoe cutter, bds. 17 Fifth 

Robinson John, house Chapel 

Robinson Jonathan, laborer, house Lothrop's court 

Robinson Thomas, butcher, house School 

Robinson William, wheelwright, house 17 Fifth 

Rodden Nathaniel, C. M. Co. house Young 

Rogers B. M. h. Rollinsford road 

Rogers Hugh, farmer, h. Sixth 

Rogers Owen, laborer, h. Water 

Rogers Wm. works at factory, h. Payne 

Rollins Alvah B. shoemaker, h, Franklin court 

Rollins Benjamin, shoemaker, h. East Brick 

Rollins Chas. W. h. Pleasant, opp. South Pine 

Rollins George W. shoemaker, h. Franklin court 

Rollins George F. & Co. hardware, iron, and steel, Washing- 
ton, cor. Main, h. 34 Silver 

Rollins Mary J. widow, Washington, near Atkinson 

Rollins Robert P. clerk, h. Pleasant, opp. South Pine 

Ross Joseph, pedler, h. Mt. Vernon 

Rossiter John, h. Waldron 

Rossiter Mary, widow, h. Waldron 

Ross Chas. H., C. M. Co. bds. Kirkland 

Rothwell Jeremiah, machinist, h. Young 

Rothwell John, gas fitter, h. Rollinsford road 

Rothwell Richard, machinist, h. Water 

Rothwell William H. machinist, h. Youn<? 

Rounds Holmes B. cutter and farmer, h. Bellamy road 



52 DOVER [g] DIRECTORY. 

Rowe James, shoemaker, h. East Brick, near Franklin 

Ruey Thomas, at foundry, h. Third, below Grove 

Ryan Edward, h. Payne, near Williams 

Ryan James, Sawyer's mills, h. do. 

Ryan Michael, teamster, C, W. Thurston's, bds. Payne 

Ryan Patrick, laborer, h. Third, near Grove 

Ryan Thomas, carpenter, h. Third 

SAMPSON JAMES, machinist, h. 6 Poplar 

Sanborn L. D. wheelwright, h. Fourth, west of river 

Sanders Levi G. cutter, h. Fourth 

Sanders John, clerk, bds. Belknap 

Sanders Susan E. h. Locust 

Sargent Joseph H. watchman, printery, h. New York 

Sawyer Chas. H. supt. Sawyer's mills, h, Durham road, cor. 

Back river road 
Sawyer F, A, & J. manufs. woollen goods, Sawyer's mills 
S awyer Jacob M. shoemaker, bds. Mt. Vernon 
Sawyer John, farmer, h. Mt. Vernon 
Sawyer Jonathan (F. A. & J. Sawyer), manufacturers, 

woollen goods, Sawyer's mills, h. Linden 
Sawyer Hannah G. Mrs. widow, h. Garrison Hill 
Sawyer Ruth, bds. St. John 
Sawyer Thomas E. attorney 19 Central, h. St. Thomas 

Sawyer /farmer, h. road from Washington, to Garrison 

Sawyer Walter, h. St. John [Hill 

Sayles Samuel P. (Young & Sayles), h, Charles 

Sayward Henry (Niles & Co., Boston express, h. 20 Pleasant 

Scales John, teacher, Franklin Academy, head of Locust, h. do, 

Scanlon Ann, widow, h. Main 

Scanlon Bartholomew, C. M. Co. h. Central 

Scanlon Mary, widow, h. Linton's lane 

Scales Norton, h. Main near School 

Schurman Soloman, teamster, h. Cocheco 

Schnieder Nicholas, at sand paper mill, h. Cocheco 

Scott John, machine printer, h. Pleasant 

Scriggins Bradbury, h. Cocheco 

Scriggins George, gunsmith, New York, h. do. 

Scully Matthew, laborer, h. Waldron 

Seavey Albert F. (J. Frank Seavey & Co.), bds. Sixth 

Seavey Andrew J. carpenter, Third, h. Third, below Grove 

Seavey Daniel, fireman, h. Williams 

Seavey J. Frank & Co. clothing and furnishing goods, 1 

Franklin square, h. Sixth 
Seavey N. H. at sand paper mill, h, Rogers* 
Seavey True, carpenter, h. 8 South Pine 
Seavey Warren, Cocheco Manuf. Co, h. North Pine 
Seavey Wellman A. shoemaker, jh, Hurd 
Seavey Wm. P, at freight depot B. & M. R. R. h. Portland 
Seavey Wm, mason, h. 8 First 



DOVER [8] DIRECTORY. 53 

Seavey Wm. H. printery, h. New York 

Seavey & Ricker, (J. F. & A. F. Seavey, and C. H. Ricker), 

boots, shoes, valises etc. Franklin square 
Sellea Henry, h. Court 
Shackley Clias. E. mechanic, h. Prospect 
Shackley Frank W. clerk, 21 Central, bds.. Court 
Shackley George, shoemaker, h. Rollinsford road 
Shackley Nathan, C. M. Co. h. Court, near Central 
Shapleigh Howard, h. 98 Central 
Shapleigh John H. carpenter, h. Rollinsford road 
Shaw Andrew J. laborer, h. Bellamy road 
Shaw Robert J. shoemaker, 1 Central, h. Waldron 
Shean Michael, brewer, bds. Main, cor. Portland 
Shepard Chas. P. painter, h. Arch, near Washington 
Shephard Lucius G. h. Arch 
Sherburn Greenleaf, hostler, bds. W. H. Smith's, St. Thomas, 

cor. Locust 
Sherman James E. carriage painter, h. Belknap 
Sherry Frank, (Sherry Bros.), h. Williams 
Sherry John, (Sherry Bros.), h. Main 
Sherry Julia, h. 2 Franklin square 
Sherry Michael, (Sherry Bros.),h. Williams 
Sherry Patrick, laborer,,^. Williams, near Payne 
Sherry Thomas, (Sherry Bros.), h. Williams [Franklin sq. 
Sherry Bros. (John, Michael, Frank, Thomas), hairdressers, 
Shute Albert, shoemaker, h. Fifth 
Silver John M. Mrs. widow, h. Walnut, cor. Orchard 
Simonds Moses A. shoemaker, h. Fourth 
Simes Win. carpenter, h. St. Thomas, cor. Walnut 
Simpson Arthur, Sawyer's mills, bds. Wm. Simpson's, Linden 
Simpson Wm, Sawyer's mills, h. Linden 
Simpkins Luke, harness maker, h. Prospect 
Sinnot Elizabeth, widow, h. First 
Sise Ann, bds. J Mann's, St. Thomas 
Slinger George, Sawyer's mills, h. do. 
Sloan James, C. M. Co. h. Williams 
Sloper John F. carpenter, Walnut, mear Orchard 
Smart Eugene, (Eugene Smart & Co.), h. Franklin 
Smart Eugene & Co. (Eugene Smart, J. B. Twombly), gun- 
makers, and machinists, 7 Main [Smart's, Wash. 
Smart Jeremiah M. conductor Cocheco R. R. bds. M. B. 
Smart Moulton B. farmer, h. Washington, near Arch 
Smith A, shoemaker, h. Waldron 
Smith Albert W. hostler, bds. St. Thomas, cor. Locust 
Smith Albion, blacksmith, bds. Union, cor. Court 
•Smith Andrew, wheelwright, h. Court 
Smith Augustus F. shoe buffer, h. Franklin 
Smith Charles E. proprietor Kimball House, Third, h. do. 
Smith Charles L. oilcloth factory, h. 107 Washington 
Smith Charles W. hostler, at W. H. Smith's, h. St. Thomas, 
cor. Locust 



54 DOVER [8] DIRECTORY. 

Smith Daniel, h. Mt. Pleasant 

Smith David D. bridgebuilder, h. 15 Fifth 

Smith Daniel Mrs. widow, h. Franklin 

Smith Elbridge, painter, h. Court, near Central 

Smith George H. tinsmith, h. 55 Franklin 

Smith George S. carriage trimmer, h. Washington, nr. Arch 

Smith George W. clerk J. E. Ham's, bds. So. Pine 

Smith George W. blacksmith, at printery, bds. Franklin 

Smith Henry, botanical physician, Fourth opp. depot, h. do. 

Smith Jeremiah, associate justice Sup. Jud. Court, h. Belknap, 

opp. Nelson 
Smith Jeremiah S. shoemaker, bds. Belknap 
Smith John, sea captain, h. Franklin, near Garrison Hill 
Smith John A. proprietor Franklin House, Third, h. do. 
Smith John Q. A. h. 84 Central 
Smith John W. h. Sixth, near Old Factory road 
Smith Leonard Mrs. widow, h. Locust near Silver 
Smith Newton C. shoemaker, h. Central 
Smith Perley, shoemaker, h. Belknap 
Smith Rand, shoemaker, h. Portland, near Main 
Smith Samuel J. h. 4 South Pine 
Smith T. J. attorney, Central square, h. Mechanic 
Smith Thomas L. druggist, Central, cor. Wash. h. Hanson 
Smith William, laborer, h. Central, near William 
Smfch Wm. H. stable, Locust, cor. St. Thomas, h. opp. 
Smith Winthrop, hostler, bds. Locust, cor. St. Thomas 
Snell Timothy H. (Foot & Snell), hardware, 52 Franklin, h. 

New York 
Snow Hiram F. carpenter, Grove, h. Third cor. Grove 
Southwiek James, shoemaker, Main, h. St. John, nr. Poplar 
Spaulding George B. clergyman, h. Silver 
Spier Elias W. clerk, bds. Court [h. Court, near Union 

Spier Emanuel M. butcher, Central, under Belknap Church, 
Spier L. bds. American House 

Spurling Charles, C. M. Co. h. Portland, near Cocheco 
Spurling Jonathan L. watchman, C. M. Co. h. 5 First 
Spurling Thomas, carder, C. M. Co. h. Portland, cor. School 
Spurling Thomas J. grocer, Central sq. h. 8 School 
Staeey George, machinist, bds. Walnut, near St. Thomas 
Stacey William, farmer, h. Old Factory road 
Stackpole Albert F. h. 22 Orchard 
Stackpole Charles H. printery, h. Hanson, cor/ Central 
Stackpole John, h. 22 Orchard 
Stackpole John S. undertaker, h. 6 Orchard 
Stackpole Josiah, printery, h. 104 Washington 
Stackpole Paul A. physician, 6J Central, h. 24 Second 
Stackpole Simon R. refreshment saloon, depot, h. New York 
Stanford John, teamster, h. Payne 

Stanton Charles Mrs. widow, h. Atkinson, near St. Thomas 
Stanton Ezekiel, printery, h. Williams 



* DOVER [S] DIRECTORY. 55 

Staples Charles, watchman, C. M. Co., Garrison Hill 

Steele David, bds. Sixth 

Steele J. C. h. Nelson 

Steele Thomas M. shoemaker, h. Sixth 

Sterling Ellen, h. Third, near Grove 

Sterling Henry H. blacksmith, h. Second , 

Sterling James, shoemaker, h. Portland 

Sterling John, farmer, h. Mt. Pleasant 

Sterling Trueman, C. M. Co. bds. 11 Hurd 

Sterling Walter S. blacksmith, h. Portland 

Sterns Eve, widow, h. Pleasant 

Sterns Moses W. clerk Wm. Sterns', bds. Pleasant [Silver 

Sterns Wrn. dry goods, 3 Tetherly's blk. h. Pleasant, corner 

Stetson Josiah W. carpenter, h. Cushing's ct. 

Stetson Oliver, oilcloth factory, h. Pleasant 

Stephens Benjamin, farmer, h. Garrison Hill 

Stephens Chas. C. shades saloon, Payne, near Water 

Stephens Everett J. clerk, (Wiggins & Stephens), boards 

Wm. S. Stephens 
Stephens Hannah, widow, h. 18 Mechanic 
Stephens James M. shoemaker, bds. Walnut, near St. Thomas 
Stephens John B. h. 75 Washington 
Stephens John B. Jr. city clerk, City Hall, h. 75 Washington 

Stephens , carpenter, h. Lincoln 

Stephens Susan, widow, h. Mechanic 

Stephens Wm. S. (Wiggin & Stephens), glue and sand paper 

manufacturer, Cocheco, h. Garrison Hill 
Stephenson Thomas, farmer, h. Cocheco 
Stewart I. D. Rev. pastor, Washington street Free Baptist 

society, Washington, near Cushing 
Stewart John C. engraver, printery, h. Mt. Pleasant 
Stickney Fred. A. clerk, Thomas L. Smith's, bds. Church 
Stilson James, butcher, h. Portland, near Cocheco 
Stockbridge H. I. hat bleachery, Ham's block, h. do. 
Stratton Frank, shoemaker, bds. Franklin House [Charles 
Stratton Jonathan D. shoemaker, Franklin sq. h. Hurd, near 
Straw Daniel, printery, h. Fifth, near Franklin 
Strong E. A. & Burt, (Edgar A. Strong, George H. Burt), 

shoe manufacturers, Third, cor Chestnut 
Sullivan Cornelius, wool dyer, Sawyer's mills, h. do. 
Sullivad John, C. M. Co. h. Payne, near Williams 
Sullivan John Mrs. widow, h. Waldron 
Sullivan Margaret, widow, h. Water 
Summers James, printery, b. Payne 
Summers May, widow, h. Payne 
Summers Morgan, C. M. Co. h. 52 Payne 
Swain Nancy J. widow, h. Pleasant, near Pine Hill 
Swan Edmund M. Silver, h. 77 Washington 
Sweeney Patrick, Sawyer's mills, h. do. [Hall 

Swift T. G. magnetic and electric physician, Wash, near City 



56 DOVER [T] DIRECTORY. 

TAPLEY JOHN S. bds. Wm. R. Tapley's, Nelson, near 

Locust 
Tapley Wm. R. dry goods, 6 Central, h. Nelson, n. Locust 
Tash Edwin S. shoecutter, house St. John 
Tash G. W. (G. W. Tash & Co. dry goods, groceries, 

shoe findings, &c. Franklin square, house Mechanic 
Tash Geo. W. shoe manufacturer, Franklin sq. h. Mechanic 
Tasker C. W. dentist, 22 Central, house 15 Orchard 
Tasker Henry, baker, 50 Franklin, h. Fourth, west of river 
Tasker John C. (Tasker, & Whitehouse), grocers, house 

Belknap 
Tasker John G. engineer, house Union 
Tasker &. Whitehouse, grocers, 47 Washington 
Taylor Truman, painter, house Waldron 
Taylor Wra. D. leader Cocheco Band, bds. N. H. House 
Tebbetts F. B. overseer, Dover Iron Foundry, h. Franklin 
Tebbetts George, shoemaker, bds. Franklin House 
Tebbetts Mary J. widow, house Kirkland 
Tebbetts Stephen, at foundry, house Second 

Tebbetts at foundry, house Third, nr. Chestnut 

Tetro Joseph; brickmaker, house Dover Point road 

Tibbetts George, lastmaker, house East Brick 

Tibbetts Thomas L. carriage maker, New York, corner 

Franklin, house Franklin, near Garrison Hill 
Timmons Francis, laborer, house Payne 
Tetherly Andrew, house 14 Silver 
Thayer Ephraim, house East Brick 
Thayer Henry L. shoemaker, house Garrison Hill 
Thompson Abigail, Mrs. house Silver, corner Locust 
Thompson Charles, farmer, house Dover Point road 
Thompson Charles H. hostler, boards 13 Charles 
Thompson Emulus, (E. B. Morrih & Co.), furniture dealer, 

12 Washington, house 96 Washington 
Thompson George A. shoemaker, boards 13 Charles 
Thompson George W. baker, house Garrison Hill 
Thompson James A. clerk, boards 18 Charles 
Thompson Louisa, Mrs. widow, house Pleasant 
Thompson Mark Mrs. house 13 Charles 
Thompson Robert Mrs. widow, house Silver, corner Locust 
Thompson Rosanna, widow, house Water 
Thompson Samuel, Mrs. house 1 Cushing's ct. 
Thurston C. W. shoe manufacturer, dry goods & groceries, 

• house|Third 
Tisin Nicholas, at sand paper mill, house Cocheco 
Toby Willard R. shoemaker, house 5 Poplar 
Toles Richard, at sand paper mill, house Payne 
Tolmay Ann, widow, house Main, near Portland 
Tolmay Catherine, tailoress, boards Ann Tolmay's 
Tolmay Edward, blacksmith, boards Ann Tolmay's 
Tolmay James, carpenter, boards Ann Tolmay's 



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DOVER [T] DIRECTORY. 57 

Tolmay Nicholas, clerk, boards Ann Tolmay's 

Tompkins David, house 5 Pleasant, coiner Washington 

Tompkins Henry H. h. Pleasant 

Tonnor Owen, laborer, house Waldron 

Toppan A. C. cabinet maker, house 69 Washington 

Toppan Stephen, coffin warehouse, Locust, house 2 Atkinson 

Toppan Stephen Jr. (Colbath & Toppan), grocer, house 2 

Atkinson 
Torr Andrew, farmer, house Durham road 
Torr Simon J. farmer, house Durham road 
Towle Almanzor R. shoemaker, house Fayette, near Wash. 
Towle Benjamin P. farmer, house Back river road 
Towle Gilman D. (H. A. Worthen & Co.), house Locust 
Towle John W. farmer, house Silver, near Arch 
Towle Levi, farmer, house Back river road 
Towle Levi E. farmer, house Back river road 
Towle Sidney M. shoemaker, Belknap, house do. 
Townsend Jonas D. supt. Gas Go. house 25 Second 
Trainer Peter, printery, house Water 
Trask John, shoemaker, house Littleworth road 
Trask John S. h. Toll-End road 

Tredick Edward, boards J. W. Kittredge's, Littleworth road 
Tredick William, painter, boards 3 Poplar 
Trefethen Daniel, lime, plaster and cement, Cocheco near 

Portland, house Portland 
Trefethen John W. painter, boards Portland 
Trefethen Josiah S. shipmaster, house Portland [Portland 
Trefethen Romanzo, carriage smith, boards. D. Trefethen's 
Trickey Charles, printer, bds. Washington, near Cushing 
Trickey C. H. (George W. Avery & Co.), house Fourth 
Trickey Geo. K. dresser, Cocheco mills, house Bellamy road 
Trickey Lemuel, farmer, house Fourth, near Arch 
Trickey Major, shoemaker, house North Pine 

Trickey , farmer, house Long Hill road 

Tripe Robert, farmer, house Barrington road 

Tripe Sally, house Atkinson 

True John S. carpenter, house Mechanic 

Tucker Ansel, prop. N. H. Hous#, Central, house do. 

Tucker A. C. clerk, N. H. House, boards do. 

Tucker Edward M. h. Tucker's court 

Tucker George, driver job wagon, bds. Mrs. Tucker's, Court 

Tucker George, 2nd, carpenter, boards 1 Cushing's Court 

Tucker John, house Court 

Tucker Wilson, farmer, house Mount Pleasant 

Tucker W. H. clerk, 4 Morrill's block, boards Sixth 

Tucker Zena, boards W. Tucker's, Mount Pleasant 

Tufts Arthur G. telegraph operator, house 42 Locust 

Tufts Asa A. cashier, Strafford National Bank, and Insurance 

agent, Strafford Bank building, house 1 Summer 
Tufts Charles A. apothecary, insurance agent and telegraph 

agent, Central square, house 42 Locust 



58 DOVER [T] DIRECTORY. 

Tufts Charles C. house Garrison Hill 

Tuttle Clara, widow, house Mount Pleasant 

Tuttle David, farmer, house Back river road 

Tuttle Elijah Y. farmer, house Dover Point road 

Tuttle John T. G. farmer, house Back river road 

Tuttle Joseph, machinist, boards 78 Franklin 

Tuttle Joseph E. farmer, house Dover Point road 

Tuttle Joseph Mrs. house Third, near Chestnut 

Tuttle A. F. (J. S. & A. F. Tuttle), house 6 Charles 

Tuttle J. S. (J. S. & A. F. Tuttle), house 6 Charles 

Tuttle J. S. & A. F. millinery, dry goods, and dressmaking, 

72 Central 
Tuttle Manilla M. house 6 Charles 
Tuttle Mrs. house Fourth 
Tuttle Otis, farmer, house Dover Point road 
Tuttle Richard, farmer, Back river road 
Tuttle Sarah A. widow, house Locust, near Spring 
Tuttle Susan, widow, house Cocheco 
Tuttle Thomas Mrs. house Back river road 
Tuttle William, shoe finisher, house St. Thomas 
Tuttle William P. farmer, house Dover Point road 
Tuttle William R. shoemaker, boards St. Thomas 
Twedell Joseph, clerk, in Sawyer's office, house Linden,near 

Sawyer's mills 
Twombly Benjamin H. farmer, house Littleworth road 
Twombly Charles H. farmer, house Dover point 
Twombly Daniel, shoe stitcher, house 20 Fourth 
Twombley David, farmer, Back river 
Twombly Edgar H. brakeman, B. & M. R. R. bds William 

Twombly's 
Twombly Frank, carriage trimmer, bds. 78 Franklin 
Twombly Henry H. carriage maker, Main, house 3 Charles 
Twombly Henry W. (Libbey & Twombly), grocer, Central 

square, house 82 Washington 
Twombly Jacob K. house Rochester road 
Twombly J. B. (Eugene Smart & Co.), gun maker &c, h. 

at Bellamy 
Twombly John H. tailor, h. 20 Fourth 
Twombly John H. student, 13(18. South Pine 
Twombly John K, h. RochesteF road 
Twombly Nathaniel, carpenter, South Pine, h. do. 
Twombly Reuben, wood turner, house Poplar 
Twombly Reuben, 2nd., machinist, house Bellamy 
Twombly Reuben H. marble works, Locust, rear City Hall 

house 33 Pleasant 
Twombly Samuel, farmer, house Back river road 
Twombly Sarah E, Mrs. house Franklin 
Twombly Thomas, farmer, house Spruce lane, Back River 
Twombly Thomas B. carpenter, house 6 South Pine 
Twombly Wm. farmer, house Silver 
Twombly Wm. H. farmer, house Knox marsh road 



DOVER [V-W] DIRECTORY. 59 

VALLILY TERRENOE, laborer, house Payne 

Varney Albert, former, Louse Long Hill road 

Varney Andrew, farmer, house Dover Point road 

Varney Benajah P. cutter 14 Central, house Franklin square 

Varney Daniel, Mrs. house near Long Hill. 

Varney Edwin H. tailor, 1 Central, boards 1 Spring 

Varney Frank, farmer, house Dover Point road 

Varney Frank, farmer, Rochester road 

Varney George, farmer, house Black river road 

Varney George, shoemaker, house St, Thomas 

Varney George W. shoemaker, house Chapel 

Varney George W. shoecutter, house Charles, c. St* John 

Varney Isaac, farmer, house Dover Point road 

Varney Ivory, farmer, house Rochester road 

Varney James, mason, house Portland 

Varney James L. at water-works, house N. York 

Varney John C. newspaper depot, Central, house Orchard 

Varney John F. house Cedar, corner Winter 

Varney John R.,*Register Probate, City Hall, house 1 Hanson 

Varney Joseph W. farmer, house Dover Point road 

Varney Joshua, merchant tailor, 1 Central, house 1 Spring 

Varney Nicholas, farmer, house Dover Point road 

Varney Oliver, farmer, house near Long Hill road 

Varney Robert M. shoemaker, house Fourth 

Varney Samuel, farmer, house Black Water road 

Varnum Moses, farmer, house Long Hill road 

Vickery David A. carpenter, C. M. Co. house Hanson 

Vickery Frank, Central, h. Waldron 

Vickery Gilman, house Waldron, near Walnut 

Vickery John, watchman, C. M. Co. house St. Thomas 

Vickery William H. apothecary, 21 Central, house St. Thomas 

Vittum B. F. house 37 Franklin 

Vyth Herman, butcher, boards Court, near Union 

WADLEIGH NATHANIEL, farmer, North Lane, n. Back 
river road 

Wadleigh Eben R. farmer, Back river road 

Wadleigh Charles, farmer, North lane, n. Back river road 

Wadleigh George, house 2 Summer 

Waldron Richard, farmer, house Central, near Hale 

Waldron Wells, mill overseer, h. 86 Central 

Walker Charles G., Cocheco Manuf. Co. house 14 Fifth 

Walker Edward, grocer Main h. do 

Walker Joseph H, printery, house Third 

Walker (Stephen) & Hayes (Joshua), fish and clams, Second, 
Franklin, h. Main, between Chapel and School 

Walker Maria widow, house Main, opposite Portland 

Wallace George H. shoemaker, house Winter 

Wallace Jasper G., Deputy Sheriff, Tetherley's block, Cen- 
tral, house Grove 



60 DOVER [W] DIRECTORY. 

Wallingford Calvin N. machinist, boards Washington , 
Wallingford Joseph D. shoemaker, boards 14 Second 
Wallingford Zimri S. agent Cocheco Manuf. Co. house Locust, 

corner Nelson 
Walworth Charles B. machinist, house Second 
Ward D. S. (J. Y. Demeritt & Co.) dry goods, Tetherley's 

block, house Washington, n. Belknap 
Ward Freeman J. painter, house Old Court House, Central 
Warner Benjamin H. boards Julia Warner's, Portland 
Warner Frank A. Laundry, 9 School 
Warner Jethro W. shoemaker, h. Portland cor. School 
Warner John H. shoemaker, h. Portland cor. School 
Warren Charles W. machinist, C. M. Co. house 7 Portland 
Warren Charles M. carpet factory, house Silver 
Warren Dominicus, machinist, C. M. Co. house 7 Portland 
Warren J. H. shoecutter, house Orchard 
Warren Moses P. pilot, house Rogers' block, Washington 
Warren William S. assistant marshal and watchman and 

police, house 1 Rogers' block, Washington 
Watson Elizabeth, house Rochester road 
Watson E. L., Cocheco Manuf. Co. house 8 Orchard 
Watson Horace P. mail agt. C. R. R. house 48 Locust 
Watson Isaac W. bds. J. L. Watson's, Bellamy road 
Watson John L. farmer, house Bellamy road 
Watson John N. house 58 Central 
Watson Joshua, farmer, house Barrington road 
Watson Lydia, house Mt. Pleasant 
Watson Mary J. house Portland 
Watson Nathaniel, painter, house 59 Locust 
Watson Samuel, farmer, house Barrington road 
Watson Seth, farmer, house Payne, near Mt. Pleasant 
Webster Chas. shoemaker, bds. Charles 
Webster Daniel K. Mrs. house Portland 
Webster George A. mason, h. Chapel cor. St. John 
Webster Hiram F. roofer, bds. H. F. Snow's, Third 
Webster John, mason, h. 3 Fifth 

Wedgewood David, printery, bds. Charles, cor. Franklin sq. . 
Weeks Benjamin, laborer, house Mt. Pleasant 
Weeks George, blacksmith, h. Winter, near St. John 
Welch John W. shoemaker, bds. 105 Washington 
Welch Joseph W. supt. machine shop C. M. Co. h. 63 Wash. 
Welch Laban G. jeweller, bds. S. M. Welch's 
Welch Samuel M. watchman, house 105 Washington 
Welch Thomas, house Kirkland 
Weldon Rose, widow, house Linton's lane 
Wells Sarah E. P. widow, h. Nelson, near Locust. 
Wendell Chas. E., C. M. Co. house First 
Wendell Daniel H. ins. agent, Main, corner School, h. do. 
Wendell George W. auctioneer, Franklin sq. h. School 
Wendell Hannah Mrs. widow, house Fifth. 



doveic [W] directory. 61 

Wendell Oliver C. asst. Cambridge Observatory, boards 2 

Charles 
Wendell Oliver E. Mrs. house 2 Charles 
Wentworth Albert M. clerk, 25 Central, boards 5 Hurd 
Wentworth Alonzo P. clerk co-operative store, h. Belknap, 

near St. Thomas. 
Wentworth Andrew W. painter, house Court 
Wentworth Charles E. shoecutter, h. Grove, cor, Lincoln 
Wentworth Charles F. farmer, h. Mt. Pleasant 
Wentworth Edward, shoemaker, bds Fifth 
Wentworth Ezekiel, farmer, house Cocheco 
Wentworth George B. shoe manufacturer, h. Franklin, cor. 

New York, house Charles 
Wentworth George T. attorney, City Hall, register of deeds 

office, house 14 New York 
Wentworth Hiram, farmer, house Cocheco 
Wentworth Hiram S. Mrs. h. Atkinson, near Nelson 
Wentworth Israel P. farmer, bds. 61 Locust 
Wentworth John, farmer, h. Rochester road 
Wentworth Lucinda, widow, h. Cushing's ct. 
Wentworth Martin, shoemaker, bds. 78 Franklin 
Wentworth, Mary A. Mrs. widow, h. Durham road 
Wentworth Mary S. Second 

Wentworth Norris, teamster, h. New York, near Franklin 
Wentworth Oliver W. laborer, house Court 
Wentworth Richard P. Mrs. h. Cedar, near North Pine 
Wentworth Samuel P. stone mason, h. Cocheco, corner Gulf 

road 
Wentworth Stephen, farmer, house Gonic road 
Wentworth Thomas, laborer, h. New York 
Wentworth S. B. Mrs. h. 11 Orchard 
Wentworth William T. lumber dealer, house Gonic road. 
Wentworth William H. ornamental painter, 35 Washington, 

house Court 
Wheeler James H. physician and druggist, 1 Pleasant, house 

15 Pleasant 
Wheeler John, shoemaker, h. Franklin, near Garrison Hill 
Wheeler Samuel M. attorney, Central Square, h. 31 Locust 
Wheeler Thomas, laborer, house Water 
Whidden Alfred S. painter, house 29 Silver 
Whipp Frederick L. shoemaker, house Franklin ct. 
White Ann, widow, house Williams 
White John H. attorney and claim agent, Cocheco block, h. 

27 Pleasant 
White John W. clerk, boards 27 Pleasant 
White Thatcher T. machinist, house 58 Central 
Whitehouse Alonzo, shoemaker, house Waldron 
Whitehouse Benjamin T. mason, boards 16 Pleasant 
Whitehouse Charles E. house 16 Hurd, near Charles 
Whitehouse Chas. S. shoemaker, boards 16 Hurd 






62 DOVER [W] DIRECTORY. 

Whitehouse Edwin, mason, house 2 South Pine 
Whitehouse Elihu B. tin smith, boards 16 Hurd 
Whitehouse E. H. (Tasker & Whitehouse) grocer, h. Belknap 
Whitehouse James E. clerk, boards 16 Pleasant 
Whitehouse George H* boards 16 Hurd 
Whitehouse George W. shoemaker, house Rollinsford road 
Whitehouse George W. 2d, at glue factory, house Cocheco 
Whitehouse James, mason, house 16 Pleasant 
Whitehouse James E. clerk, Jas. R. "Woodman & Co.'s bds. 

16 Pleasant street 
Whitehouse Jesse A. shoemaker, house Main 
Whitehouse Joseph, laborer, house Littleworth road 
Whitehouse Lucy Mrs. widow, house Court 
Whitney Leonard P. music teacher, 6J Central, h. 22 Second 
Whittier Deborah, widow, house Waldron 
Whittier Horace P. Cocheco Manuf. Co. h. 5 Orchard 
Whittier Joseph F. shoemaker, bds. Waldron, n. Green 
Whittier Osgood T. at carpet factory, house do. 
Wigg William, wool sorter, Sawyer's mills, h. Dover Point rd. 
Wiggin Albert H. butcher, house Grove, cor. Lincoln 
Wiggin Arthur, shoemaker, bds. Sixth, n. Chestnut 
Wiggin Charles W. furniture and crockery, American Hall 

building, Franklin square, house 86 Franklin 
Wiggin D. C. proprietor American House, h. do. 
Wiggin & Faxon, grocers, 35 Washington 
Wiggin H. G. butcher, bds. Grove, cor. Lincoln 
Wiggin Henry M. clerk, bds. Lincoln 

Wiggin J. Alonzo (Wiggin & Faxon) grocer, h. 3 Mechanic 
Wiggin Janvrin F. house Garrison hill 
Wiggin John, farmer, h, near Barrington road 
Wiggin John, boarding and sales stable, 45 Franklin, h. do. 
Wiggin Joseph W. Mrs. house 78 Franklin 
Wiggin (Russel B.) & Stevens (Wm. S.) glue and sand pa- 
per manufacturers, house 35 Franklin 
Wiggin Samuel F. agent, house 26 Silver 
Wiggin Uriah, provisions, Mainj h. Grove, cor. Lincoln 
Wiggin William B. civil engineer, h. 22 Second 
Wiggin William W. farmer, h. near Barrington road 
Wilbur Hannah, widow, house 47 Locust 
Wilhem Valentine, at sand paper mill, h. Cocheco 
Willand Geo. K. painter, Locust, n* City Hall, h. Atkinson 
Willand George S. h. Washington 
Willand John F. painter, h. Washington 
Willey Charles F. farmer, h. Littleworth road 
Willey Elijah, shoemaker, house Fifth 
Willey Ira, carpenter, boards Central 
Willey Jacob M. shoecutter, h. St Thomas 
Willey Martha Mrs. house Walnut, n. Waldron 
Willey Thomas J. farmer, house Littleworth road 
Williams Isaac B. belt and roller shop, Cocheco Manuf. Co. 
house 74 Franklin 



DOVER [Y] DIRECTORY. 63 

Wilkinson Joseph, spinner, house D.over Point road 

Wilson David, mason, house Portland 

Wilson Lafayette, carpenter, boards Union 

Wingate George H. shoe fitter, house 6 Orchard 

Wingate Joseph W. farmer, h. Dover Point road 

Wingate Jeremiah Y. apothecary, 1 Pleasant, h. do. 

Wingate Martin, shoemaker, bds. Belknap 

Wingate William, farmer, h. Dover Point road 

Winkley John F. oil cloth factory h. Barrington road 

Winkley Joseph, farmer, h. Barrington road 

Winkley J. S. shoemaker, boards Fitfh 

Winslow Jonathan H. boots, shoes, and findings, 3 Morrill's 
blk. Franklin square, h. Atkinson 

Woodes George, shoemaker, h. U. S. block 

Woodes George F. shoemaker, h. Cocheco 

Woodes J. H. C. shoemaker, h. U. S. block 

Woodes Walker, shoemaker, h. Cocheco 

Woodbury J. E, boards 78 Franklin 

Woodbury Joseph, carpenter, house Franklin 

Woodman Charles, treasurer Savings Bank for the County 
of Strafford, h. Pleasant, cor. Summer 

Woodman Charles W. attorney, 19 Central, h. 32 Locust j 

Woodman George S. h. 32 Silver 

Woodman James R. & Co. crockery ware and carpets, 4 Co- 
checo blk. h. Pleasant 

Woodman Joseph, cutter, Purinton & Ham's, boards Mrs. 
Chase's, Central 

Woodman Theodore W, house Pleasant 

Woodman William, clerk, W. Sterns', bds. Pleasant 

Woods Catherine, widow, house Water 

Wood Charles, engraver, boards N. H. House 

Worthen Charles C. carriage maker, h. Hanson, n. Payne 

Worthen H. A. (H. A. Worthen & Co.) Locust, rear City 
Hall, h. St. Thomas cor. Walnut 

Worthen H. A. & Co. carriage manufactory, Locust, rear 
City Hall 

Wyatt Oliver, merchant tailor, 14 Central, h. 17 Pleasant 

YEATON CHARLES W. shoecutter, house St John 

Yeaton Nahum, register of deeds, boards St. John 

York Abbie, music teacher, house Franklin 

York Almon L. shoecutter, bds. North Pine, n. Cedar 

York George, printery, house Water 

Y r ork Jasper H. physician, house 29 Pleasant 

York Jeremiah, watchman, Cocheco Manuf. Co. h. 23 Orchard 

Y"ork Jeremiah, farmer, h. Littleworth road 

York John, house Franklin 

York John B. h. North Pine, cor. Cedar 

Y r ork John F. painter, bds. John B. York's, North Pine 

York Joseph, farmer, h. Littleworth road 



64 DOVER [Y] DIRECTORY. 

York Josiah, farmer, h. Littieworth road 

York Simon D. shoecutter, bds. No. Pine, near Cedar 

York William, printery, house Main 

Young Andrew H. house Elm 

Young Andrew J. dentist, 13 Central, bds. Kimball House 

Young Betsey A. h. E-ollinsford road 

Young Caroline, widow, h. Portland, cor. School 

Young Chas. surveyor, h. 3 Mechanic 

Young Ellen F. h. Portland 

Young Ezra D. shoemaker, bds. Walnut, near Washington 

Young Frank H. book keeper, bds. East Brick 

Young George, shoecutter, bds. 10 Atkinson 

Young George W. 10 Atkinson 

Young Hollis, h. Charles 

Young Isaac E. carpenter, bds. 81 Central 

Young Jacob N. (Young & Sayles), billiards, Main, h. Hum 

Young James, laborer, h. No. Pine 

Young Jonathan, h. Waldron 

Young John, carpenter, h. 5 Nelson 

Young John A. shoemaker, h. Rollinsford road 

Young Lydia, music teacher, h. 17 Orchard 

Young Lydia D. h. Portland 

Young Thompson, Mrs. farmer, h. Littieworth road 

Young Moses, Perkins, near High 

Young Moses, shoemaker, bds. 10 Second 

Young Mrs. widow, h. No. Pine 

Young Orlando, h. Atkinson, near St. Thomas 

Young T. A. farmer, h. Littieworth road 

Young Theodore L. shoemaker, h. Main, near High 

Young Thomas, Cocheco Manuf. Co. h. First 

Young Thomas F shoemaker, bds. Rollinsford road 

Young William, carpenter, h. Chapel 



PORTLAND, MB. 

Booksellers and Stationers. 

PIANO-FORTE & ORGAN WARER00MS. 

IMPORTERS OF AND DEALERS IN 

FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC 

Paper Hangings & G-aTt ains. 

AGGOUNT BOOK MANUFACTURERS. 

JSTEW BLOCK, .. .EXCHANGE ST. 



5 & 6 Morrill's Block, Franklin Square, 
DOVEM, N.H. 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN CUSTOM AND READY-MADE 

CLOTHING, 

FURNISHING GOODS, &c. 

One Price Only. 

HEAD-QUARTERS IN STRAFFORD CO. FOR THE 



And all First-Class Sewing Machines, 

Needles and Attachments. 
Agents for BUTTRICJK'S PATTERNS. 

They received the first pemium at the State Fair ; and purchasers can 

find a larger and finer stock at lower prices at their stores 

than elsewhere in the State. 

MARK F. RAND, 

DEALER IN 

STOVES, TIN WARE, 

JPUMPS AND LEAD PIPE, AND 

KITCHEN FURNISHING GOGDS, 

Job Work 

IN PLUMBING, 

AND IN 

Tin, Brass, Copper, 
and Sheet Iron, 

Done to Order. 
Franklin Square, . . DOVER, IV. II. 




MITCHELL & CO. 

DRY GOODS 



AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, 



9 Morrill's Block, Franklin Square, 



^ 



a 



J. H. GRAY, 




DEALER IN 



Watches. Clocks, 



AND SPECTACLES. 



J. H. GRAY, cor. Franklin Square & Third Streets, 
DOVER, IV. H. 

Is selling his large stock of Ladies' ^5? GOLD HUNTING -CASE 
WATCHES, for $25, $30, J% and $35, every Watch war- 
ranted to be a reliable timekeeper. S^^sl A large stock, all grades, of 

WALTHAM WATCHES, in 2, 3, 4, & 5 oz. cases, 

to suit Customers. A fine stock of 

Gold Chains, Jewelry, & Silver Ware, at very low prices. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



OF DOVER. 



Agricultural Stores. 

Chesley A. C. 11 Washington 
Perkins Jeremy, Pleasant, cor. Silver 
Rollins G. P. & Co., "Washington, cor 
Main 

Alcohol* 

FOLSOM GEO. L., Main, cor. Washing- 
ton, (see adv . page 190) 

Ale, Beer, Cider. &c. 

FORD DANIEL, 4 Henderson's Block 
Franklin sq. (see adv. p. 186) 

Apothecaries. 

LQTHROPS & PINKHAM, Franklin sq 
opp. American House (see adv. op. pt 5 

RACKLEY B. F., Franklin square, cor. 
Charles (see adv. opp. p. 4) 

Smith Thomas L., Central, cor. Wash- 
ington. 

TUFTS CHARLES A., Central square 
(see adv. on back cover, and adv. page 
187, and front colored page) 

Vickery W. H. 21 Central 

Wheeler James H., Pleasant n. Central 

Wineate J. F. 1 Pleasant 

Artist's Materials and Tools. 

FOLSOM GEO. L. Main, cor. Washing- 
ton (see adv. p. 190) 

Auctioneers. 

Wendell Geo. W. , Franklin sq. 

Bakers. 

Gould A. J., Washington nr. Belknap. 
Jordan G. T. 48 and 50 Franklin 
Nudd B. L., St. John, cor. Poplar 

Bands. 

Cocheco Cornet Band, W. D. Taylor, 

Leader, 8 Morrill's block 
Dover Cornet Band, W. J. Newell, 

Leader, Locust, nr. City Hall 

Billiard Halls. 

Cody Daniel Central, nr. Washington 
Conlon & Place, Central sq. 
Young Jacob N., Henderson's block 
Young & Sayles, Henderson's block, 
Main 

Bill Poster. 

Burley Joslah, Central, cor. Kirkland 
Burley J. 8 Central 

Blacksmiths. 

Card William, Dover Point Road 
Evans Robert , Kirkland 
Hall Wm.T. Locust, rear City Hall 
Hartford John H., Washington sq. 
Hull John B., New York, corner Frank- 



lin 



Stockbridge H 

ington 



Bleachery. 

Ham's block, Wash- 



Boarding Houses. 

Brock Cyrus K. Mrs., New York, near 

Franklin 
Casewell M. A., Central, cor. Fifth 
Dore Chas. A., Fourth, near Railroad 
Durgin Betsey, Mrs. 2 Second 
Hall M. M. Mrs., 78 Franklin 
Kimball Mrs., St. John 
Pinkham Jarvin F., Mrs., Locust rear 

City Hall 
Thompson Samuel Mrs. 1 Cushing's ct. 

Book Binder. 

Horton Charles H. 37 Washington 
Booksellers and Stationers. 

LASKEY J. L. & SON, Wash. opp. City 

Hall (see adv. front cover) 
Lane E. J. & Co. 18 Central 
Lothrops & Pinkham, Franklin sq. opp. 

American House 
Varney J. C, Central, near Central 

square 

Boots and Shoes. 

Brewster E . V. 20 Central 

Caverly A. 2 Central 

Drew & Dame, 41 Washington 

Hall Charles H. (repairing) old Court 
House, h. 108 Main 

Littlefield Daniel, 43 Wash. 

Morrill Jonathan, Franklin square 

PAGE D. A. 3 Central (see adv . p . 188 

Pickering Levi (repairer) Tetherly's bik 
Central square 

Ricker Charles H., Franklin sq. 

Seavey & Ricker, Franklin sq. 

Shaw Robert J. 1 Central 

Southwick J. Main, nr. School 

Stratton Jonathan D., Franklin sq. 

Thurston C. W., Third 

WINSLOW J. H. 3 Morrill's blk. Frank- 
lin square (see adv. p. 188) 

Botanic Medicines. 

Smith Henry, Fourth, opp. B. & M. R. 
R. depot 

Bowling Saloon. 
Battles Henry, Main, cor. Portland 

Brass Founder. 
HOUGH THOMAS H. B. 5 Main 
(see adv. p. 186) 

Brick Makers. 

Home Geo. W. & Son. Cocheco 
Bridge Builder. 

Collins Benjamin, Third, opp. depot 

Brushes. 
FOLSOM GEO. L. Main cor. Washing 
ton ( see adv. p. 190) 

Cabinet Makers. 

Lord & Norton, Locust, n. City Hall 
Morrill Edward, 35 Washington 
Toppan Stephen, Locust 



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BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF DOVER. 



Cabinet Organs. {Mason & Hamlin' 1 s.) 
WHITNEY L. P. 61-2 Central blk. 
(see adv. p. 188) 

Carpenters and Builders. 

Drew Samuel, Locust 
Hanson James V. & Daniel E., Kirk- 
land, cor. Middle 
Hayes Charles, Locust 
Hayes Washington P., Union 
Palmer J. C. Washington nr. Green 
Seavey Andrew J., Third, nr. Grove 

Carpetings. 

MORRILL BROTHERS, 1 Cocheco blk., 

Wash, (see adv. p. 185) 
WOODMAN JAMES R. & CO., 4 

Cocheco Block (see adv. p. 185) 

Carriage Manufacturers. 

Dennis Geo. C, Union nr. Court 
Law Henry, Central nr. Wash 
Nichols A. B., Franklin 
Randlett J. H. 102 Central, opp. New 

Hampshire house 
Tibbetts Thomas L., New York, cor. 

Franklin 
Twombly H. H., Main 
Worthen H. A. & Co., Locust r. City 

Hall 

Claim and Patent Agent. 

White John H., Cocheco block 

Chair I>ealer and Painter. 

Morrill Edward, Washington 

Civil Engineer and Surveyor. 

Wiggin William B. 22 Second 
Clergymen. 

BrittainM.C, St. John 

Brown T. W. 80 Central 

Caverno Arthur, Wash. nr. Belknap 

Colby John T. G., Atkinson, corner 

Nelson 
Chase W. T., Franklin cor. Hurd 
Crehore Joseph, Franklin 
Jasper Orlando H . 4 Charles 
Richmond John B. Washington 
Spaulding Geo. B., Silver 
Stewart J. D. Washington near Cush- 

ing 

Clocks and Watches. 
Bacon Charles E. 8 Central 
GRAY JO$. H. Franklinjsq. (advt. p. 65) 
Home James A. 25 Central 

Clothes Cleaning & Repairing. 

blk. 



Coffin Warehouses. 

Lord & Norton, Locust, n. City Hall 



JACKSON DAVID A. 3 Morrill 
Franklin sq. (see adv. p. 189) 

Clothing and Furnishing 
Stores. 

Foss D., Franklin sq. 

Frazier Alexander, Central, 4th door 

from Central sq. 
Gardner J. A. 31 Central 
Home W. L. 23 Central 
LOTHROP D. & CO. 5 and 6 Morrill's 

blk. Franklin sq. (see adv. opp. p. 64) 
Seavey J. Frank & Co. Franklin square 

cor. Second 
Varney Joshua, 1 Central 
Wyatt Oliver 14 Central 

Clothes Wringers. 

Fuller S. H. & Co. 5 Cocheco Block, 
Washington 

Coal and Wood I>ealer. 

Page Moses D., head of Washington 
Coffee, Tea, and Spices. 

Elkins Alonzo, Franklin square 
Ham Joseph E., Hughes bldg. Central 



Toppan Stephen, Locust, near City 
Hall 

Confectioners. 
Brown Thomas, 4 Central 
Pierce D. C. M., Third, near Franklin 
square 

Cotton Seed. 
FOLSOM GEO. L. Main, cor. Washing- 
ton (see adv. p. 190) 

Counsellors at Law. 

Christie Daniel M. Central square 
Freeman Francis A., Tetherley's block, 

Central sq. 
Hall Joshua G., Central 
Hamlin Walcott, 14 Atkinson 
Hobbs Frank, 19 Central 
Sawyer Thomas E. 19 Central 
Smith T. J. Central square, 
Varney John R., City Hall bldg. 
Wheeler Samuel M., Central sq. 
Wentworth Geo. T. City Hall 
White John H. Cocheco block 
Woodman Charles W. 19 Central 

Crockery and China Ware. 

MORRILL BROTHERS, 1 Cocheco 

block, Wash, (see adv. p. 185) 
Wiggin Chas. W., Franklin square 
WOODMAN JAMES It. & CO. 4 Cocheco 
block (see adv. p. 185 ) 

I>entists. 

Hayes Wm. W. 8 Morrill's block 

Franklin square 
Murphy Chas. M. 16 Central 
TASKER C. W. 22 Central (see adv. 

p. 189) 
Young Andrew J. 13 Central 

Doors, Sashes, and Blinds. 

Collins Benjamin, Third opp. Depot 
Hayes Washington P., Union 

Dressmakers. 

Adams E. P. Mrs. 24 Central 

Clark E. W. & R. L. Waldron, cor. 

Central 
Ellis Esther L., Waldron nr. Walnut , 
Farrar A. W. Mrs. 10 Morrill's blk. 
Felch H . A. & J. E . 5 Union block, Cen- 
tral 
Graves Ella & Nellie Misses, Tetherly's 

blk., opp. City Hall 
Hatch William Mrs., School 
Holbrook M.L.3 Union block, Central 
Hosmer & Caverley, Misses, Ham's blk., 

Washington 
Lord Sarah, Third, nr. Franklin sq. 
Moody I. A. 8 Atkinson 
Pidgin E. A., Mrs. 6 1-2 Central 
Reed Huldah Mrs. Franklin court 
Tuttle J. S. & A. F. 72 Central 
Vickery D. L. Mrs. Hanson nr. Payne 

Dry Goods. 

Andrews E. C. 15 Central 

ASIEL & EHRENKEICH, 9 Central 

(see advt. inside front cover) 
Cotton A. W. & Co., Morrill's block, 

Franklin square 
DEMERITT J. Y. & Co. 2 Central (see 

advt. front cover) 
Mitchell & Co. Morrill's block Franklin 

sq. 
Nealley Benj. F. 25 Central 
STERNS WILLIAM, Tetherley's blk. 

opp. City Hall (see adv. p. 188 
Tapley Wm. R. 6 Central 
Tash G. W. & Co. Franklin sq. 
Thurston C. W., Third 
Tuttle J. S. & A. F. 72 Central 

Dye House. 

Clifford Stuart, 4 Washington square 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY OE DOVER. 



67 



Drugs, DyestuflTs, and Chem- 
icals. 

Duxbury John J. 1 Union 

LOTHROPS& PINKHAM, Franklin sq. 
opp. American House (see advt. over 
calendar) 

I>r nggist. 

PACKLEY D. F. Franklin sq. (adv. p. 4) 
Express Offices. 

Lawrence David (Wolfboro' and Roch- 
ester) B . & M. R. R. depot 

NILES & CO. (Boston), B. & M. R. R. 
depot, Central square, and American 
House, Franklin square, (see advt. 
page 192) 

Shorey, East Rochester, B. & M. depot 

Fertilizers. 

Perkins Jeremv, Pleasant, cor. Silver 
Fish Dealers. 

Rich B. 3 Locust 

Walker & Hayes, Second, cor. Franklin 

Fruit and Confectionery. 

Nute Geo. W. Third 

Pierce Daniel C. M., Third, nr. Frank- 
lin square 
Stackpole S. R., B. & M. R. R. depot 

Furniture Dealers* 

Morrill Edward, 35 Washington 
Wiggin Ohas. W., Franklin sq. 

Glass Ware. 

MORRILL BROS. Cocheco blk., Wash- 
ington (see advt. p. 185) 

WOODMAN J. R. & CO. 4 Cocheco blk. 
(see advt. p. 185 

Fancy Goods. 

CloughD. E., Franklin square 
Cotton A. W. & Co. Franklin square 
Cressy T. P. 7 Central 
DEMERITT J. T. & CO. Tetherley's 

block (see advt. front cover 
Farrar O. W. 10 Morrill's new block 
Lane E. J. & Co. 18 Central 
LASKEY J. L. & SONS, opp. City Hall, 

(see advt. front cover) 
TUFTS CHARLES A., Central sq. (see 

advt. p. 187) 
Varney J. C. Central, nr. Central 

square 

Feathers. 
MORRILL BROS. 1 Cocheco block 

Wash, (see adv. p. 185 
Wiggin Charles W., B'ranklin square 

Furnishing Goods. 

Dame S. H. 41 Washington 
ROBERTS F. W.4 Morrill's new block, 
(see advt. p. 8) 

Florists. 
Davis Charles A.. Arch nr. Fourth 

Glue Factory. 
Wiggin & Stevens, Cocheco 

Gun and Locksmiths. 

Scriggins George. New York 
Smart Eugene & Co. 7 Main 

Hairdressers. 

Brown Charles J., Franklin sq., c. Third 

Davis W.H. 19 Central 

Glldden Alonzo F., Central, n. City 

Hall 
Sherry Bros., Tetherley's blk. Union blk. 

and Morrill's blk. 

Hair Worker. 
Johnson N. B. 43 Washington 



Hardware. 
Chesley A. C. 33 Washington 
Foot & Snell, 52 Franklin 
Perkins Jeremy, Pleasant, cor. Silver 
Rollins G. F. & Co., Wash, near Main 

Harness Makers. 

Hayes Geo. W., Franklin square 
Law Henry, Central, nr. Wash. 
Randlett J. H. 102 Central opp. N. H. 
House 

Hats, Caps, and Furs. 

Moody Silas, Cocheco block, Wash. 
Purinton & Ham, 11 Central 
Purinton Jacob K. & Co. 4 Central 
ROBERTS F.W.4 Morrill's new block 
(see advt. p. 8) 

Hoopskirt Manufacturer. 

Farrar O. W. 10 Morrill's new block, 
Franklin sq. 

Horse Blankets. 

ROBERTS F. W. 4 Morrill's block (see 
advt. p. 8) 

Hotels. 

American House, Franklin sq., D. C. 

Wiggin & Co. 
Dover-Point House, Dover Point, John- 

P. Hanson 
Franklin House, Third, John A. Smith 
Kimball House, Third, opp. depot, Chas. 

E. Smith 
New Hampshire House, Central, Ansel 

Tucker 

Insurance Agents. 

Bickford John E. 2 Morrill's blk. Frank- 
lin sq. 

Freeman Frank, Central sq.next door to 
Strafford Bank 

Hodsdon E. P. 5 Morrill's blk. Franklin 
square 

PRESCOTT & BENN, Ham's blk. Wash. 
(see advt. opp. preface) 

Redfleld H. A. 5 Morrill's blk. Franklin 
square. 

Tufts A. A., Strafford National Bank, 
Central sq. 

TUFTS CHARLES A., Central square 
(see advt. on back cover and front col- 
ored page, and pages 187 and 190) 

WENDELL DANIEL H., Main, corner 
School (see advt. -p. 186) 

Iron and Steel. 

Rollins G. F. & Co., Washington, near 
Main 

Kerosene Oil. (Wholesale.) 

FOLSOM GEO. L., Main, cor. Portland 
(see advt. p. 190) 

Lake Colors. 
FOLSOM GEO. L., Main, cor. Portland 
(see advt. p. 190) 

Lap Bohes. 

ROBERTS F. W. 4 Morrill's block (see 
advt. p. 8) 

Last Manufacturer. 

Jackson J. L., Franklin, cor. New York 

Leads. 
BEDELL JOSEPH, Locust (see advt. 

.191) 
FOLSOM GEO. L., Main, cor. Portland 
(see advt. p. 190) 

Lightning Bods. 

J ohn F. Hayes & Thomas C. Christie, 
Arch, cor. Wash. 



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BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF DOVER. 



Lime. 

Perkins Jeremy, Pleasant, cor. Silver 
Trefethen Daniel, Cocheco, nr. Portland 

Livery Stables. 

Brown William R., Wash. nr. Locust 
Chase James F„ Chapel 
Mitchell S., Central, nr. N. H. House. 
Roberts W. E. (hack), 91 Central 
Smith Wm. H., Locust, nr. City Hall 

Lubricating Oil. 

FOLSOM GEO. L., Main, cor. Portland 
(see advt. p. 190) 

Lumber. 

Avery Geo. W. & Co., First 
Collins Benj., Third, opp. depot 

Machinists, 
Rothwell Richard, Water 

Marble Works. 

POYE SOLOMON H., Central, opp.Epis- 
copal church (see advt. p. 187) 

TWOMBLY R. H., Locust, rear City Hall 
(see advt. p. 189) 

Milliners and Millinery Goods. 

Byrne Mary, Tetherley blk., Central sq. 

Cressey T. P. 7 Central 

Felch H. A. & J. E. Misses, 5 Union blk., 

Central 
Husband E. 17 Central 
Merrill H. T. 7 Morrill's block 
Pidgin E. A. Mrs. 6 1-2 Central 
Tuttle J. S. & A. F. 72 Central 

Movers of Buildings. 

Berry Ezra T„ U. S. building 
Musical Instruments and Music. 

Conner & Goodwin, Locust, near City 

Hall 
WHITNEY LEONARD P. 6 1-2 Central 

(see advt. p. 188) 

Newspaper Publishers. 

Burlingame L. R., publisher " Morning 
Star," 39 Washington 

Foss Everett O., "Local Record," Third 
nr. Franklin sq. 

HILLS E. A., " Dover Gazette," 10 Cen- 
tral (see advt. p. 191 ' 

LIBBEY & CO., " Dover Enquirer," 
Central square, opp. City Hall (see 
advt. p. 185) 

Newspapers and Periodicals. 

"Varney J. C, Central, nr. Central sq. 

Oilcloth Manufactory. 
Fplsoni J. B. & Co., Locust 
Oils. 

FL^CM GEO. L., Main, cor. Portland 
(see advt. first colored page) 

Ornamental Iron Works. 

HOUGH T. H. B. 5 Main (see advt. p. 186) 
Oyster Saloons. 

Freeman Edmund J., Franklin, corner 

Third 
FREEMAN HENRY D., Exchange bldg. 

Central sq. (see advt. p. 186) 

Painters. 

BEDELL JOSEPH, Locust near Wash. 

(see advt. p. 191 
Hoitt Hiram D., Third, opp. Franklin 

House 
Willand Geo. K., Locust, rear City Hall 

Paints. ( Wholesale.) 
FOLSOM GEO. L., Main, cor. Portland 
(see advt. p. 190) 



Painters' Supplies. 

FOLSOM GEO. L., Main, cor. Portland 
(see advt. p. 190) 

Paints, Oils, and Glass. 

BEDELL JOSEPH, Locust (see advt. 

p. 191) 
FOLSOM GEO. L., Main, cor. Portland 

Wholesale & retail (see advt. p. 190.) 
Morrill E. 35 Washington 

Paper Hangings. 

Lane E. J. & Co. 18 Central 
LASKEY J.L. & Son, Wash. opp. City 
Hall (see advt. front cover.) 

Photograph and Ambrotype 
Artists. 

Brigham E. T. 23 Central 

Legg Frank W., Wa3h. cor. Central 

Newell W. J. 24 Central 

Physicians. 

Bell John, over P. O-, Central sq. 

Cushing E. B. (homoeopathic), Central, 
cor. Silver 

DRAKE J. W. (homoeopathic), 19 Or- 
chard (see advt. p. 191) 

Fenner Albert G. 32 1-2 Franklin 

Ham John R. 16 Central 

Hil} Levi G. 61 Washington 

Home Jeremiah, Franklin 

Horsch Carl H. (homoeopathic), Locusfc, 
opp. Summer 

Lathrop M. C, St. John 

Low Nathaniel, Silver, cor. Atkinson 

Pike J. G., Second, nr. Chestnut 

Pray T. J. W. 16 Central 

Smith Henry, (botanic), Fourth, opp. 
Boston & Maine Railroad depot 

Stackpole P. A. 6 1-2 Centra), up stairs. 

Swift T. G. (magnetic), Wash. nr. City 
Hall 

Wheeler James H. 15 Pleasant 

York Jasper H. 29 Pleasant 

Piano-Fortes. 

WHITNEY L.P. 6 1-2 Central (see advt. 
p. 188) 

Pietures and Picture Frames. 

Connor &, Goodwin, Locust, n. City Hall 

LASKEY J. L. & SON, Wash. opp. City 

Hall (see advt. outside front cover) 

Pistol Gallery. 

Bond Geo. F., Locust, nr. City Hall 

Potash. 
FOLSOM GEORGE L., Main, cor. Port- 
land (see advt. p. 190) 

Printing Offices. 

Burlingame L. R., publisher " Morning 
Star," 39 Wash. 

Goodwin Henry H., Tetherly's blk. opp. 
City Hall 

HILLS E. A., " Dover Gazette," 10 Cen- 
tral (see advt. p. 191) 

LIBBEY & CO., " Dover Enquirer," 
Strafford National Bank bldg.. Central 
sq. opp. City Hall (see advt. p. 185) 

Produce I>ealer. 

Haley Rufus, 7 to 11 Railroad block, 
Franklin * 

Provisions. 

BURNHAM J. M., R. R. blk. Franklin 
sq. (see advt. p. 188) 

Libbey R. A., Wash, near Locust 

Nute George F. Third. 

Prescott J. W., Locust, rear City Hall 

Rich B. 3 Locust 

Roberts Henry & Co., Third, nr. Frank- 
lin sq. [Central 

Spier Emanuel M. under Belknap church, 
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BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF DOVER. 



69 



Pumps. 
Hayes John F. & Co. Arch. cor. Wash. 
Furbur William L. York, cor. Franklin. 

Reed Manufactory. 

Hall Winslow, Cocheco Manuf. Co. 
Restaurants. 

Freeman Edmund J. Franklin Square, 

cor. Third. 
FREEMAN HENRY D. Central, near 

City Hall, (see advt. p. 186) 
Pierce Daniel C. M., Third, nr. Franklin 

Square. 
Stackpole S. R., B. & M. R. R. depot 

Saloons. 

Collins Alice, Third opp. depot 

Cregan John, Payne 

Farrell Patrick, Third, opp. depot 

McCabe John, Waldron, nr. Central 

Mahoney Patrick, Payne 

McKenna Patrick, Third, opp. depot 

Stevens Chas. C, Payne 

Sand Paper Manufacturers. 

Wiggin & Stevens, Cocheco. 
Seed Store. 

Perkins Jeremy, Pleasant, corner Silver 

Sewing Machines. 
Hook Daniel, Washington, cor. Locust 
LOTHROP D. & CO. Morrill's Block. 

(see advt. opp. 64) 
NUDD B. L., St. John, corner Poplar 

(see advt. p. 191.) 
Pierce C. D., 5 Union Block, Central 

Shirt Manufacturer. 

ROBERTS F. W. 4 Morrill's Block, 
Franklin Square (see advt. p. 8) 

Shoe Findings. 

Caverly A. & Co. Central 
Tash G. W. & Co. Franklin square 
Thurston C. W., Third 
WINSLOW J . H., 3 Morrill's blk. Frank- 
lin square (see advt. p. 188) 

Shoe Manufacturers. 

Bradley & Moulton, Chestnut, corner 
Lincoln 

Davis, Hovey & Co., Orchard, near 
Central 

Gould H. V. & Co. 4 Orchard 

Hayes C. E. & S. C, Chestnut, corner 
Fourth 

Hurd John H., Grove 

Kinnear E. C. Chestnut, cor. Lincoln 

Leighton & Plummer, Fourth. 

Nute Ira W., G rove, corner Third 

Palmer Win. H., St. Thomas, nr. Atkin- 
son 

Strong E. A. & Burt, Third, corner 
Chestnut 

Tash George W., Franklin square 

Thurston C. W., Third 

Show Cases. 

Conner & Goodwin, Locust, rear of City 
Hall 

Silver and Plated Ware. 

Bacon Charles E. 8 Central 

GRAY J. H. Franklin Sq. corner Third 

(see advt: col. n. opp. 65) 
Home James A. 25 Central 
MORRILL BROTHERS, Cocheco Block, 

Wahsiugton. (see advt. p. 185) 

Small Wares. 

Merrill H. T. 7 Morrill's Block , Franklin 
Square 



Soap Manufacturers. 

Beach L. jr. & Co. River 

Soapstone. 

FOYE S.H., foot of Main (see advt. p.187 
TWOMBLY R. H., Locust, rear City Hall 
(see advt. p. 189) 

Stationery. 

Horton C. H. 37 Washington 
Lane E. J. 18 Central 
LASKEY J. L. & Son, Washington, opp. 
City Hall (see adv. outside front cover) 
Varney J. C, Central, nr. Central sq. 

Steam Sawing and Planing. 

Glidden J. A., foot of Washington 
Hayes Washington P., Union 

Stone Cutters. 

FOYE S. H. foot of Main, and opp. Epis- 
copal Church, Central (see advt. p. 187) 

TWOMBLY R. H. Locust, rear City Hall 
(see advt. p. 189) 

Stoves, Furnaces, Tinware, &e. 

Fuller S. H. & Co. 5 Cocheco Block, 

Washington 
RAND MARK F. & CO., Franklin sq. 

cor. Main (see advt. opp. 64) 

Tailors. 

Crannen Martin J. 2 Franklin square 

Foss Darius, Franklin square 

Frazier Alexander, 4th door from Cen- 
tral sq. Central. 

Gardner J. A., 31 Central 

LOTHROP DANIEL & Co. Morrill's 
blk. Franklin square (see advt. opp. 64) 

Seavey J. Frank & Co., Franklin square, 
cor. Second 

Varney Joshua, 1 Central 

Wyatt Oliver, 14 Central 

Teaeher of Music. 

WHITNEY LEONARD P. 6 1-2 Central 

(see advt. p. 188) 

Telegraph Office. 

WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH CO. 
Central sq. (see advt. p. 190) 

Truckman. 

Avery Gee. W. & Co. First 

Trunks. 
Ricker Charles H., Franklin square 

Undertaker. 
Stackpole John S. 6 Orchard 

Union Pasting and Sizing Co. 

FOLSOM G. L. Main, agent (adv.p.190) 

Upholsterers. 

Greene Thomas I., Washington, corner 
Locust 

Varnishers. 

FOLSOM GEO. L., Main, cor. Portland 
(see advt. p. 190) 

Vinegar Factory. 

Haskell & Littlefleld, Garrison Hill. 
Watches and Jewelry. 

Bacon Charles E. 8 Central 

GRAY JOS. H. Franklin sq. cor. Third 

(see advt. col. leaf at p. 64) 
Home James A. 25 Central 
Nutter Enoch H., Washington square 



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BUSINESS DIRECTOEY OF DOYER. 



Watchmakers and Jewellers 

Bacon Charles E. 8 Central 

GRAY JOSEPH H., Franklin sq. corner 

Third (se« j aelvt. col. leaf opp. p. 65.) 
Home James A. '25 Central 
Nutter Enoch H., Washington square 

Watch Repairers. 

Bacon Charles E. 8 Central 
Home James A. 25 Central 

W. I. Goods and Groceries. 

Brewster E. V. 20 Central 
Butler George W., Silver, near Central 
Chamberlain & Nowell, 49 Franklin 
Colbath & To|>p,.n, Ham's blk. Wash. 
Co-operative store, W. H. Hanson, agt. 

R. R. block. 
Danforth & Courser, Washington, opp. 

City Hall 
Foss Wm. B. 45 Washington 
Hall T. R., L-asicey's block, Washington 
Halloran Matthew, Payne 
Ham Samuel. 3 Franklin sq. 
Hanson J. T. & N. E., Silver 
Henderson Charles T., Franklin sq. 
Howe Luther M., Ham's blk., Wash. 
Hoyt John A.. Main 
Hughes Patrick H., Main 
Hughes Patrick Jr., Central 
Hutchins Joseph C, Third, nr. Franklin 

square 
Kennedy Thomas Mrs., Central, nr. City 

Hall 
Laskey John L„ 3 Central square 
Libbey & Twombly, Central square 
Lowell George G., Franklin sq. 



Mahony Dennis, Central, opp. new Con- 
gregational church 
McArdle Peter, Central 
McDermott Thomas, Perkins 
McDonald James, Central, nr. City Hall 
Moulton S. S„ Franklin sq., nr. Third 
Roberts John, 7 Franklin sq. 
Spurling Thomas J., Central sq. 
Tash G. W. & Co., Franklin sq. 
Tasker <fe Whitehouse, 47 Wash. 
Thurston C. W., Third. 
Walker Edward, Main, nr. School 
Wiggin & Faxon, 51 Wash. 

Wheelwrights. 

Dennis Geo. C. Union, cor. Court 
Tibbetts Thomas L., New York, near 
Franklin 

White Root Beer. 

FORD DANIEL, 4 Main (see advt. p. 18 6 
Window Glass. 

FOLSOM GEORGE L, Main, cor. Port- 
land (see advt. p. 190) 

Window Shades. 

MORRILL BROs. 1 Cocheco blk. Wash, 
(see advt. p. 185) 

Wood l>ealer. 

Avery George W. (soft and hard wood) 
First. 

Woolen Goods. 

Sawyer Fi A. & J., Sawyer's milis. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE FIRE INS. GO. 

MANCHESTER. 
Office, 173 Merchants' Exchange. 

Firsthand only Stock Ins. Co. in the State. 

Chartered 1869. 

Authorized Capital, $500,000. Paid up Capital, $100,000. 
Sound, Solid, and Successful. 

Hon. E. A. STRAW, Pres. GEO. B. CHANDLER, Esq. Tress. 
Hon. J. A. WESTON, V. Pres. JOHN C. FRENCH, Esq., Sec. 

Finance Committee. 

J. A. Weston, Chas. E. Balch, B. F. Martin, Moodt 

Currier, S. N. Bell. 
1 «i . i — 

The Homesteads of New Hampshire 

Should be insured in the New Hampshire Fire Ins. Company. 
A first-class Stock Company. No Premium 'Notes. No 
Assessments. No delays. No failure. 

AGENTS. 
PRESCOTT & BENN, . . . DOVER. 

W. D. KNAPP, GREAT FALLS. 

A. I. PARSH^EY, .... ROCHESTER. 



TOWN REGISTER OF DOVER. 



Town Offieers. 

MAYOR. 

William S.Stevens. 

City Clerk. 

John B. Stevens, Jr. 

Aldermen. 

Ward 1— Augustus H. Beede. 

Ward 2— Simeon F. Platts, Joseph D. 

Guppy. 
Ward 3— Chas. Woodman, Edwin White- 
house, Everett Hall. 
Ward 4— Woodbury Wiggin. 

Councilmen. 

President— Russel B. Wiggin. 

Clerk— J. T. S. Libbey. 

Ward 1— Laiiriston Chamberlain, John 
B. Hull, EbenC. Berry. 

Ward 2— William H. Trickey, Benjamin 
Clement, James A. Home, George F 
Nute, Russell B. Wiggin, Henry G. 
McDuftee. 

Ward 3— Daniel E. Hanson, John C. 
Varney, Franklin Freeman, Alaman- 
zer R'. Towle, Benjamin F. Nealley, 
John S. Glass, Charles C. Hardy, 
Joseph Hayes, Gustavus H. Home. 

Ward 3— John H. Nute, Benjamin P. 
Pierce, George H. Ford. 

City Solicitor— Frank Hobbs. 

ASSESSORS— Samuel "W.Baker, Thomas 
J. Palmer, John Clements, Joseph C. 
Hutchins, Thomas Stevenson, John S. 
Hayes. 

City Treasurer— Edmund J. Lane. 

Police Court Justice— Daniel Hall. 

Associate Justice— Chas. A. Tufts. 

City Marshal— Jonathan P. Baker. 

Assistant Marshal— William S. War- 
ren. 

Superintendent of Burials— John 

S.Stackpole. 

Health Officers— Jonathan P. Baker, 
Oliver H. Jenness, Stephen Walker. 

City Officers Elected by the City 
Council. 

City Treasurer— E. J . Lane. 

Overseer of Poor— George D. Nowell. 

City Messenger— Samuel H. Brownell. 

Superintendents of Highways— Districts 
1,2, and 3— Daniel- Murray. 4— Free- 
man Babb. 5— John L. Brown. 6 — 
Martin L. Lord. 7— William T. Went- 
worth. 8— John H. Caverley. 9— 
Ephraim Ham. 10— Jesse Cole. 11 — 
John Roberts. 12— Charles H.Twom- 
bly. 13— Nathaniel Austin. 14— Isaac 
Lucas. 15— Samuel I. Hanson. 16 — 
Henry Meserve. 17— William H.Ford. 
18— William Hooper. 19— William 
Davis. 20— Joseph Clough. 21— Wil- 
W. Wiggin. 22— Ebenezer F. Faxon. 
23— Samuel ii. Hanson. 



Weighers of Hay and Straw— Edward 
Morrill. George E. Foot, Timothy H. 
Snell, Oilman Vickery, John Tucker, 
Andrew J. Roberts. 

Fence Viewers— Thomas J. Willey, 
Chas. Ham, David H. Gage. 

Measurers of Wood and Surveyors of 
Lumber— Oliver S. Home, Cyrus Lit- 
tlefieid, Wm.T. Wentworth, Solomon 
H. Fuller, John C. Pray, Mark F.Na- 
son, Chas. K. Hartford,Charles Young, 
Alvah Champion, Ephraim H. White- 
house, Ebenezer Gilihan, Benjamin 
Collins, Washington P. Hayes, Sam- 
uePH. Matthes, John P. Hanson, Chas . 
H. Sawyer, David H. Gage, Nathaniel 
Twombly, George W. Home, Geo. W. 
Avery, Wm. H. Norton, Hiram F, 
Snow, John P. Hammond, Moses S. 
Hussey,Thos. L. Tibbetts, Samuel L. 
Mclntire, Emulus Thompson, John 
Clement, Jacob S. Gear, Thomas J. 
Dearbon, Andrew Smith, Reuben 
Twombly, Chas. Rundlett, Wm. Card, 
Joseph Tweedale, Chas. R. Hale. 

Measurers of Stone— Solomon H. Foye, 
Thos. J. Canney, Daniel Murray, Wm. 
B. Wiggin, Samuel H, Mathes, Ivory 
Paul, Aaron Roberts, Thomas J. Dear- 
bon, Jaoob S. Gear. 

Measurers of Leather— John E. Good- 
win, Isaac B. Williams, Eleazer Davis, 
Wm. G. Webster. 

Sealer of Weights and Measures— Moses 
D. Hill. 

Powder House Keeper— Mark F. Rand. 

Field Drivers— Jesse Whitehouse, An- 
drew J. Bodge, Richard D. Kimball, 
Dennis A. Johnson,Augustus A. Davis, 
Enoch T. Foss. 

Hogreeves— Josiah Goodhue, John W. 
Trefethen, T. J. W. Pray, John F. 
Winkley, JohnM. Burnham, Jerry Y. 
Wingate, H. I. Hurd, Geo. F. Bunce, 
John A. Lord, John H. Mathes, Albert 
Churchill, Frank Vickery, Hiram V. 
Gould. 

Notaries Public. 
Asa A. Tufts, Charles W. Woodman, 
Samuel M. Wheeler, John R. Varney, 
Dover. 



SCHOOLS. 
SCHOOL committee. 
Thomas E. Sawyer, Chairman. 
John B. Stevens, Jr. Secretary. 

Ward 1— Cyrus Littlefield, Charles 
Hartford. 

Ward 2— Tomas E. Sawyer, John 
Ham, Alvah Moulton, T. J. Smith. 

Ward 3— Joseph W. Welsh, John B. 
Stevens, T. J.W. Pray, John Bell, T. 
L. Smith, James W. Henderson. 

Ward 4— Alonzo Pinkham, Benj. P 
Pierce. 



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TOWN REGISTER OF DOVER. 



2nd 



HIGH SCHOOL. 
John W. Allard, Principal. 
* EllaM.Spaulding. 1st Assistant. 
Ida C. Allen, 2nd Assistant. 

SAWYER GRAMMAR SCHOOL. 

Lurana J. Hanson, Principal. 
Lovey F. Kicker, 2nd Grade. 
Sarah L. Towne, 3rd Grade. 
Mary T. Caverly, 4th Grade. 

BELKNAP GRAMMAR SCHOOL. 
Mary E. Bickford, Principal. 
Sarah B. Piper, 2nd Grade. 
Juliette Reynolds, 3d Grade. 
Mary S. Piper, 4th Grade. 

PLEASANT STREET PRIMARY. 

Emeline B. Thompson, 1st and 

Grades. 
Sophronia A. Smith, 3rd and 4th Grades. 

ST. THOMAS STREET PRIMARY. 
Mary B. Hamlin, 3d Grade. 
Elizabeth Brown, 4th Grade. 

WASHINGTON ST. PRIMARY. 

Adelaide F. Connor, 1st Grade. 
Ella Eudora Libbey, 2nd Grade. 
Mary M. Estes, 3d Grade. 
Nellie C. Littlefleld, 4th Grade. 

SCHOOL ST. PRIMARY. 

Mattie A. Peaslee, 2nd Grade. 
Helen Sawyer, 3rd Grade. 
Kate A. Mooney, 4th Grade, 
Jennie Hanson, 4th Grade. 

HURD ST. PRIMARY. 

Emma S. Spurting, 1st Grade. 
Eunice C. Hall, 2nd Grade. 
Emma F. Colomy, 3rd Grade. 
Esther A. Preston, 4th Grade. 

SAWYER PRIMARY. 

Susie E. Caswell, 1st Grade. 
Carrie E. Warren, 2nd Grade. 
Adelaide Moulton, 3rd Grade. 
Anna A. Beavins, 4th Grade. 

UNGRADED SCHOOLS. 

Garrison Hill, D. E. Frost. 
Upper Factory, Lottie A. Ham.~ 
Long Hill, Sarah E. Ham. 
Blackwater, Fannie P. Wallace. 
Toll End, Anna Meserve. 
Littlewerth, Mary E. Cartland. 
Back River, Adelaide Hanson. 
"Upper Neck, Susan R. Libbey. 
Lower Neck, Sarah Caveno. 
Knox marsh, Amanda S. Wiggin* 
Ward House, Abbie E. Jenness. 

FRANKLIN ACADEMY. 

Entrance from Orchard Street. 
John Scales, A. M., Principal. 



TIGER, No. 2, 
Main Street. 
Michael Quinlan, Foreman. 
Samuel Locke, 1st Asst. Foreman. 
Thomas Prenty, 2nd Asst. Foreman. 
Chas. T.Henderson, Clerk. 

LINCOLN HOOK AND LADDER CO. 

No. 1. 
Central cor. First. 
Jasper G. Wallace, Foreman. 
William H. Norton, Asst. Foreman. 
Ephraim M. Jones, Clerk. 



FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Solomon H. Foye, Chief Engineer. 
Silas Dunn, First Assistant Engineer. 
John S. Dame, Second Asst. Engineer. 

DOVER STEAM FIRE ENGINE, 
No. 1. Orchard Street. 

Mark F. Rand, Foreman. 
Howland Fenton, 1st Asst. Foreman. 
Oliver p. Webster, 2nd Asst. Foreman. 
John F. Willand, Clerk. 

COCHECO STEAM FIRE ENGINE, 

No. 2. Orchard Street. 
Libbeus Hill, Foreman. 
John C. Palmer, 1st Asst. Foreman. 
Ephraim Wentworth, 2nd Asst. Fore- 
man. 
George A. Webster, Clerk. 
Thacher T. White, Engineer. 
J. S. Stackpole , Fireman. 



CHURCHES. 

FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH 

Central, cor. Church. 
Organized 1839. 
Rev. Geo. B. Spaulding, Pastor, (settled 
in 1869). Peter Cushing, E. J. Lane, 
James H. Wheeler, Alvah Moulton, 
Nathaniel Low, Deacons; Wm. R. 
Tapley, Clerk; John R. Varney, James 
H. Wheeler, Levi G. Hill, Wardens; 
Mrs. Martha A, Pray, Organist. 

FIRST UNITARIAN CHURCH. 

Locust street. 
First Meeting, Aug. 28, 1827— Organized 

Sept. 4, 1827. 
Rev. Thomas W. Brown, Pastor; Ben- 
jamin Barnes, Joseph L.Jackson, Ed- 
win Whiteho>ise, Wardens; James W. 
Barnes, Clerk ; Frank Vickery, Organ- 
ist; H. E. Canney, Sexton. 

BELKNAP CONGREGATIONAL 

CHURCH. 

Central Street, near City Hall. 

Organized Sept. 3, 1856. 

Rev. -> Pastor ; Daniel Hussey , 

Walcott Hamlin, Deacons; Walcott 
Hamlin, Clerk; Everett Hall, Parish 
Clerk ; Asa Littlefleld, Organist. 

FIRST FREE WILL BAPTIST 
CHURCH. 

Charles Street. 

Founded in Sept. 1826. 

Rev. John Malvern, Pastor. 

FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL 

CHURCH. 

Corner St. John and Chapel streets. 

Founded in 1827. 

M. C. Brittain, Pastor. 

WASHINGTON ST. FREE WILL, 
BAPTIST CHURCH. 

Organized Feb. 4, 1840. 
Rev. I. D.Stewart, Pastor; Daniel Lit- 
tlefleld, John E. Goodwin, Joseph C. 
Hutchins, O. C. Ingraham, Deacons ; 
James M. Hayes, Timothy H. Snell, 
Isaac F. Abbott, Wardens; W. B. 
Foss, Clerk. 

FRANKLIN ST. BAPTIST CHURCH. 

Organized April 1828. 
Rev. W. F. Chase, Pastor; Thomas J 
Palmer, Samuel Cotton, Arthur J 
Gould, John W.Abbott, Deacons; Sol 
omon H. Fuller, A. J. Gould, L. D 
Sanborn, Wardens; William Seavey 
Sexton. 

ST. ALOYSIUS (CATHOLIC 

CHURCH. 

Chestnut cor. Third. 

Founded 1828. 

James Drummond, Pastor . 



TOWN REGISTER OF DOTER. 



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ST. THOMAS EPISCOPAL CHURCH 
Founded Sept. 1839. 

Pev.John 15. Richmond, Rector; C.W 
Woodman. B. F. Raekley, Wardens; 
Ralph Houghs John Enimot, Win. H. 
Hanson, Gustavus H. Home, John 
Vamey, Vestrymen; J. J. Duxbury 
Cterk; E. V. Duxbury, Organist. 

UNIVERSALIS!" CHURCH. 

Third Street. 
Founded in December, 1837. 
Rey.J. Crehore, Pastor; Samuel Maker, 
J.W.Drake, John B, Hull, Wardens; 
C. W. Wiggin, Treasurer; Winslow 
Hall, Clerk. 

SOCIETY OF FRIENDS. 

Pleasant Street. 

First meeting in 1680. First Monthly 

meeting in 1702. First Quarterly 

meeting in 1708. 
The first mention we find of any 
Friends, or Quakers, so called, Sunny 
nistory, is that in lfifi>: -The travelling 
three ministers' sisters, on account of 
their religion, were whipped out ot 
towji by order of .Major Waldron." 



SOCIETIES, &C. 

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Knights of Pythias, 

AND 

Temperance Society 

Military and Theatrical 

GOODS, 

Gold and Silver Laces. Braids, Cords, 
Fringes, Tassels, Buttons, Stars, &c 
Masonic Books, Charts, Engravings. 

POLLARD 4 LEIGHTON, 

IVo. 104 Tremont Street, 
BOSTON, MASS. 



Masonic Meetings. 

STRAFFORD LCDGE. 

Wednesday, on or before each full 

moon. 

BELKNAP CHAPTER. 

Friday nearest full meon. 

ORPHAN COUNCIL. 

Second Monday of January, March, May, 

September and November. 

ST. PAUL COMMANDERY. 

First Tuesday following full moon of 

January, March, May. September 

and November. 

Knights of Pythias. 

OLIVE BRANCH LODGE, NO. 6. 
Rooms Morrill's Block. 
Instituted June 7, 1870. 
Meetings Friday evenings. 67 members. 



H.M. Bacon, V. P.; John C. Prav, W 
C; A. T. I inkham, V. C; W K. 
Chadwick, R.s.; George A. Webster, 
F. S.;Chas.M.. Jones. U.; 11.11. Farn- 
ham. G.; G«o. W. Parker, I. S; If. F. 
Deveraux, O. S ; .1. Frank Seavcy. 
A. W.Cotton, J. T. S. Libbey, Trus- 
tees. 

Sons of Temperance. 

UNION DIVISION NO. 4. 
Instituted Jan. 7, 186-3. 
Meetings Thursday evenings. 250 mem- 
bers. 
Marcus D. French. W. P; C. II. Adams, 
\V. A.; John Scales, R. S.: Mrs. E.L. 
Emerson. A. R. S ; J. H. Walker. F. 
S.j S. H. Fuller, Treas.; Edgar Var- 
nevc. Con.; Etlie Coffin, A. C; W. E. 
Smith, l.S.J Frank E. Walker, O. S ; 
David llowcrott, Chap.; C. H. Farn- 
ham, P. W. P.: J. T. s. I.ibbey Dr. 
T.J. W.Pray.S. H. Fuller, Trustees. 

Odd Fellows. 

QUOCHECO ENCAMPMENT NO. 4, 
I . O. O. F. 

Instituted October, 1814. 

Meetings first Tuesday in each month. 

Hall, Morning Star bid. ding, oD 

Washington. 

WECOHAMET LODGE No. 3. 
l.O. O. F. 
Instituted Dec. 1843. 
Meetings Thursday of each week. Hall, 
Morning Star building, 3J Wash- 
ington. 

DOVER MEDICAL ASSOCIATION. 
Organized in 1849. 

The members of this Association meet 
the first Tuesday of every month for mu- 
tual instruction in medical science, and 
for the medical and sin gieai treatment of 
such cases as are presented. 
T.J. W. Pray, President; duo. R. Ham, 

Secretary. 

DOVER LIBRARY. 
Rooms Cocheco Block, Washington 
Street, Established December iboO. 
Number of volumes, January, 
1870, about 45U0. 
Z. S. Wallingford, President and Ex 
Officio Chairman of Directors; Chas. 
C. Hodges, T. J. W. Pray. John C. 
Pray, Winslow Hall, Directors; Chas. 
A. Tutls, Treasurer; J. H. White, 
Librarian; James W. Bartlett, Sec- 
retary. 

STRAFFORD DIST. NEW HAMP- 
SHIRE MEDICAL SOCIETY. 
This Society was organized in 1807 ; is 
in a thriving condition, and has a 
valuable library. 
Dr. T. J.W. Pray, President; Dr. J. R. 
Ham, Secietary; Dr. J. II. Wheeler, 
Treasurer; Dr. John Bell, Librarian; 
Isaac W. Lougee, Auditor. 

Annual meeting at Dover, Wednesday 
following the second Tuesday of Decem- 
ber. 

AGRICULTURAL LIBRARY. 

President; Z. S. Wallingford 

B Vice-President; J. B. Steveus, 1r. 
Librarian. 



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TOWN REGISTER OF DOYER. 



Di-VER YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN 

ASSOCIATION. 
Woodman's building. Central Street. 
Organized August 20, 1868. 
150 .me in l >e is. 
Regular business meeting, last Wed- 
nesday evening in each mouth. Annual 
meeting, first Monday evening in Oc- 
tober. Prayer meeting every Sunday 
morning at 9.30 o'clock at rooms; also 
each Wednesday evening at 7.30 o'clock, 
at the rooms. 

Wm. A. Lovnds. President: G. H 
Mosher, Vice-President; I. F. Abbott, 
Recording Secretary. 

GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC. 
Post No. 17, Dover, N. H. 
Org in ized May. 18f>9. Members, 125. 
Meetings second Thursday evening of 

eacli mouth, at Morrill's Hall, Franklin 

square. 

Jno. O. Wallingford, Commander; Geo. 
W. Colbath, Senior Vice Com; . J. M 
Poole, Junior Vice Com.; Itev . W. T. 
Chase, Chaplain; Jno W Rives, Ad- 
jutant; J. C Pray, Quartermaster; 
Dr. C. H. Horsch, Surgeon. 



BANKS. 



SAVINGS BANK FOR THE COUNTY 
OF STRAFFORD. 

Office, Strafford Bank Building, Wash- 
ington Street. 
Incorporated in 1823. 

Daniel M. Christie, President; Chas. 
Woodman, Secretary and Treasurer; 
John E. 'Kick ford, Wm. S. Stevens, 
Vice Presidents; Charles Woodman, 
Daniel M. « hr.is.tie. Charles W. Wood- 
man . Presidents and Vice Presidents, 
ex officio; Z. S. Wallingford. Jeremiah 
Smith, Geo. Wadleigh, Edmuud J. 
Lane, Trustees. 

Open daily for deposits. 

DOVER FIVE-CENTS SAVINGS 
BANK. 

Central Street. 
Incorporated in 1856. • 

Oliver Wyatt, President; Andrew H 
Young, Samuel M. Wheeler, Vice 
Presidents; Calvin Hale, Treasurer 
and Secretary; S.M.Wheeler, Oliver 
Wyatt, Ralph Hough, Amos Paul, 
Eli V.Brewster, Moses D.Page, J. S. 
Burnham, Calvin Hale, Charles H. 
Sawyer, Andrew H. Young, Joshua G. 
Hall, Trustees. 

STRAFFORD NATIONAL BANK. 

Strafford National Bank Building, Cen- 
tral Square. 

Incorporated June 30, 1865. 
Capital $120,000. 

William S. Stevens, PresiJent; A. A. 
Tufts, Cashier; E. R. Brown, Asst. 
Cashier; Daniel M. Christie. John 
McDuffee, Win. S. Stevens, Charles 
Woodman. Z. S. Wallingford, Jere- 
miah Home, Directors. 
Discount day, Monday. 

COCHECO NATIONAL BANK. 

Franklin Street, cor Third. 
' Incorporated 1865. 
Capital, $100,000. 



Thos. E Sawyer, President; Harrison 
Haley, Cashier; Edmund Freeman, 
Uriah vViggin, Thomas E. Sawyer, 
Charles \V. Rollins. John E. Bickfbrd, 
J. E. Lothrop, Directors. 
Discount day, Tuesday. 

DOVER NATIONAL BANK. 
10 Central Street. 
Incorporated in 1865. Cap. $100,000. 

Samuel M. Wheeler, President; Calvin 
Hale. Cashier; Samuel M. Wheeler, 
Oliver Wyatt, John McDuffee, Enoch 
H. Nutter. George W. Benn, Eli V. 
Brewster, Gustavus H. Home, Di- 
rectors. 
Discount day, Monday. 



MANUFACTURING COMPA- 
NIES, &c. 

PROPRIETORS OF THE DOVER 
AQUEDUCT CO. 

Joseph Mann, Treasurer and Clerk; 
Samuel C. Fisher, Andrew H. Young, 
Daniel Ham, Directors; Daniel Ham, 
Superintendent. 

COCHECO AQUEDUCT CO. 

Incorporated Juue 22, 1832. 
Jona. Morrill, Abraham Drake, Joseph 
W. Welsh, Directors; Daniel Lothrop, 
Treasurer and Clerk. 

COCHECO MANUF. COMPANY. 
Incorporated in 1836. 
Capita!, $1,000,000. 
Z. S. Wallingford, Agent; Chas. C. 
Hardy, Clerk; J. W. Welch, Superin- 
tendent Machine Shop. 
This Company have four Mills, and 
manufacture Printing Cloths for the 
Rrintery; 53,000 Spindles, 1200 Looms; 
manufacture 13,000,000 yards of cloth per 
annum, and use about 4,900 bales of cot- 
ton annually. Employ 1,000 bauds,— 600 
females, 400 males. 

COCHECO PRINT WORKS. 
John Bracewell, Superintendent, T. B. 

Garland, Clerk. 

Print annually 24,000,000 yards of 
cloth; consume annually 5,500 tons of 
co." 1, and 1,600,000 lbs. madder; employ 
about 250 men and 30 girls. 

SAWYER'S WOOLEN MILLS. 
F. A. & J. Sawyer. Proprietors. C. H. 

Sawyer, Superintendent: James B. 

Barnes, Clerk. 

Have 10 Sets of Woolen Machinery; 
employ 150 hands, manufacture about 
350.000 yards of Woolen goods of various 
kinds, and consume 350,000 lbs. of Wool 
annually. 

DOVER LANDING AQUEDUCT 
COMPANY. 
Incorporated J une 1824. 
Russell B. Wiggiu, Mark F. Rand, Mor- 
ris D. Palmer, Leonard S. Rand, 
Alvah Moulton, Directors; Alvah 
Moulton, President; Russell B. Wig- 
gin, secretary and Treasurer; Mark 
F. Rand, Ageut 

DOVER GASLIGHT COMPANY. 

Office 9 Central Street. 
Organized in 1850. Capital $50,000. 
Z. S. Wallingford, President; T. B. Gar- 
land, Treasurer; Jonas D. Towusend, 
Superintendent • 



TOWN REGISTER OF DOVER. 



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POST OFFICE. 

Coclieco Block, Washington street. 

Geo. W. Colbath, Postmaster. 

Office hours from 7.30j a.m. to 8 p.m. 



RAILROADS. 
BOSTON & MAINE RAILROAD. 

Depot, Third Street. 
Francis Coggswell, Andover, President; 
Amos Blanchard. .ir. Boston, Treas. ; 
Wm. Merritt. Somerville, Superin- 
tendent; Francis Coggswell, Andover, 
E. G. M. Hale, Haverhill, John Bick- 
ford, Dover, Amos Paul, South New 
Market, N. White. Lawrence, Peter 
T. Homer, G. C. Lord, Boston, Direc- 
tors. 

DOVER AND WINNIPISEOGEE 
RAILROAD. 

This road is leased and run by the 
Boston and Maine Railroad Company, 
extending from Dover to Alton Bay on 
Lake Winnipiseogee; distance 28 1-2 
miles. Commenced in 1847; finished in 
18,51. 
Wm. Merritt. Superintendent— office 

B. & SI. R. R. Depot. Boston. 
Wm. Hale. President; William Hill. 

John McDuffee, Geo. M. Herring. 

Chas. W. Woodbury, Amos Paul. 

Satnl. A. Walker, Geo. W. Benu, 

Treasurer and Clerk. 



COUIVTY OF STRAFFORD. 

Was incorporated March 19, 1771. 
Number of Towns, 13. 
Shire Town. Dover. 
Population, 1860, 31,493. 

County Treasurer— J. F. Seavev. 
Dover. Salary, $200. 

Register, of Deeds— Nahuni Yeatoii, 
Dover. 

County Sealer— John S. Hayes, Sbm- 
ersworth. 



County Commissioners— Uriah Wig- 
gin, Dover; Richard T. Edgerly, Farm* 
ingtoJi; Jesse R. Home, Somersworth. 

Coroner— Thomas J. W. Pray. 
DOVER. 

Justices, State— Thomas E. Sawyer, 
Daniel M. Christie, John H. White, 
Charles W. Woodman. John P. Hale, 
William B. Wiggin, Charles A. Tufts, 
Amasa Roberts, Wolcott Hamlin, John 
R. Varney, George T. Wentworth. Sam- 
uel M. Wheeler, Oliver Wvatt, John E. 
Goodwin, Daniel Hall, Joshua G.Hall, 
Thomas J. W. Pray, John B. Stevens, jr. 
W . T. Perkins, T. J . Smith, Jeremiah 
Smith, John A. Gliddeu. 

Justice, Quorum— George G. Lowell. 

Justices— Charles Young. John Clem- 
ents, Levi G. Hill, Paul A. Stackpole, 
Daniel Hussey, Edmund J. Lane, Thos. 
J. Palmer, Andrew H. Young, Joseph 
D.Guppy, William J. Chesley, George 
W. Tash, Charles Woodman, George W. 
Wendell, Jonathan P. Baker. Wm. B. 
Lyman, Benj. P. Pierce, John L. Platts, 
John H. Leightou, Timothy H. Snell, 
Jasper G.Wallace, Zimri S. Wallingford, 
Wells Waldron, Thomas J. Willey, 
Lucieu B. Legg, George W. Colbath, 
-John S. Hayes, liussell B. Wiggin, Geo. 
R, Rollins. Silas Moody, Charles M. 
Murphy, John K. Rfckford, William S. 
Stevens, John W. Towle, Calvin Hale, 
Thomas L.Smith, J. M. Hay lies. George 
Quint. Benjamin Barnes, Richard Kim- 
ba 1, Eli V. Brewster, Jasper H. York, 
ohn Stackpole, Daniel H. Wendell, 
laicellns Morgan. Peter dishing, Benj. 
i. Ford, Uriah Wiggin, Asa A. Tufts, 
eo. F. Nute, Hi ran V Snow, George L. 
olsom Frank Freeman, Edmund 
Haisdell. Kverett O. Foss, Jeremiah 
smith. O. E. Casewell, John F. Low, 
Charles H. Sawyer. 

Commissioner 

For the State of New Hampshire, to 
supply city and town agents spiritu- 
ous liquors. 

Albert F. Lauten, 119 Broad St. Boston. 



Commissioner fop the State of New Hampshire, 

TO SUPPLY 

CITY .AJVJ3 TOWN AGENTS 

Liquors from this establishment have been analyzed, and 
are warranted pure, and well adapted for Medicinal, Mechan- 
ical, and Chemical purposes. 

No. 119 BROAD STREET, BOSTON, MASS. 



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PORTLAND ADVERTISEMENTS. 




KENDALL & WHITNEY, 

Wholesale and Eetail Dealers in ? 

Agricultural Implements, 

Cucumber Wood Pumps, Seeds, Wooden Ware, &c. &c. 

MARKET HALL, MARKET SQUARE, 
Hosea Kendall. PORTLAND, Ammi Whitney. 

S. W. EATON & SON, 

Agents for the State 
of Maine for the 

SEWING 

MA|H|H| 

Bio. 103 Middle Street, 




S. W, Eaton. 
C. P. Eaton. 



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MACHINES of all kinds Repaired. Needles, Tuckers, Oilers, &c, for sale. 

TURNER & GAVETT, 

AND 

Granite Works. 
Monuments, Tablets, Gravestones, 

; COUNTER & TABLE TOPS, & SOAPSTONE 
\\ WORK. 

Best of Work done at reasonable prices, at the 
old stand of flU.HT, J & vViS CT «fc- <JO. 

312 Congress St. Portland, Me. 




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THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED 

CARPET HOUSE 

-IN- ' 

BOSTON. 

I Goldthwait, Snow, & Knight, 

33 Washington Street, 

IMPORTERS, MANUFACTURERS' AGENTS, AND WHOLE- 
SALE AND RETAIL DEALERS. 



EIVGLISH and AMERICAN 

WILTONS, VELVETS, BRUSSELS, 

TAPHTiyiS, TOiEl PL¥S, 

AND LOWER GRADES OF 

CARPETINGS, 

IN GREAT VARIETY. 



THE BEST MANUFACTURES OF 

OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS, RUGS, AC. 

CONSTANTLY ON HAND. 

JOEL GOLDTHWAIT, ELBRlDtiE T. SNOW, 

FltANCIS H. KNIU11T. 



UNION 

LIFE INSURANCE CO. 

OF MAINE. 

Directors' Office, 

27 Court St H? Boston, lass. 

W. H. HOLLISTER, Sec'y. HENRY CROCKER, Pres't 

Assets, Six Million Dollars. 

Has been in successful operation twenty -two years. 

It is a purely mutual Company, having no stock, and is managed by the members for their 
own benefit. 

It furnishes Insurance at the least possible cost. Every dollar of its receipts, after paying 
the losses and expenses, and 1 providing the necessary reserve, is returned to its members iu 
annual dividends. 

Its dividends are made on the contribution plan, by which the surplus to be returned is ap- 
portioned among the policies in the exact ratio of tlieir-eontribution thereto. These dividends 
are made payable at the end of the second year, and annually thereafter, and may be applied 
to the reduction of premiums. 

It makes all policies non-foifeitable. For the surrender of a plain life policy (requiring an- 
nual payments dm ing life , while ill force, a paid up policy for an equitable amount will be 
given. Limited payment life policies, and all endowment' policies, are paid up policies for 
a proportional fractional part of the face of the policy. For instance, a ten year endowment 
policy for $10)0. requiring ten payments, becomes, after one payment, a paid up policy forone 
tenth of its face, or $i<»0; after two payments, for two-tenths, or §1 10. The insured under the 
limited payment policies issued by this Company, therefore, gets exactly the amount of insur- 
ance he pays for. whether he makes few or many payments. 

Having been organized in 1S4'J. it has been in successful operation twenty-two yeurs, during 
which it has accumulated assets amounting to nearly $ii .000.000. besides paying its losses and 
returning large dividends to its members. Its investments earn an interest revenue more 
than sufficient to pay its accruing losses or its working expenses. 

It is economically managed. The ratio of its expenses to its income, for the year 1870, was 
but 12.81 per cent. Its risks have been selected with great care, as shown by the fact that 
'In the 21st year of its existence. 1870, the ratio of losses to income was but 14. toper cent. In 
the practice of Life Insurance the expenses and losses are paid by a yearly assessment upon 
each premium, and the remainder of such premium, alter deducting this assessment and the 
necessary reserve, is placed to the credit of the policy holder, and either retained by the Com- 
pany, drawing compound interest, or returned to him in dividends. It follows, therefore, that 
that Company whose expenses and losses are the least, is the most advantageous to the mem- 
ber. The percentage of these, as will be seen by a comparison with the statements of other 
Companies, are not only lower than the average of all other Companies, but less than those 
of any Company of equal age. 

It issues all kinds of policies at low rates of premium, giants its members the largest liberty 
consistent with prudence and safety, and promptly adjusts and pays its losses. 



LYM1M JAGEMAH, 
First National Bank Building, . . . . CONCORD, N. H. 

GENERAL AGENT FOR NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



W. P. BURLKY . 

Rev. N. F. Carter 

D. Greenwood, 

D. B. Silsby, 

P. W. Heath, 

S. H. Legro, 

J. D. Osgood, 

P. A. G. W. Phipps, 



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GREAT FALLS DIRECTORY, 

1871-2. 



STREETS, LANES, SQUARES, ETC. 

OF GREAT FALLS, N. H. 



Beacon, from Market square to Prospect 

Broad, from Fayette to Franklin 

Cemetery road, from High to the Cemetery 

Church, from Elm to Green 

Courf, from High to Washington 

Elm, from Lincoln square to Fayette 

Fayette, from Green to Main 

Fore, from Main to Lincoln sqnare » 

Franklin, from High to Main 

Fremont, from West Greon 

Gonic road, from High an d t Washington 

Grand, from Sullivan to Highland 

Green, from Washington to Dover line , 

Grove, from High to Prospect 

High, from Market square to Dover line 

Highland, from High to Prospect 

Janvrin's Hill, hetween Main and Green, south of Water 

Lincoln square, junction High,. Elm and Fore 

Linden, from Prospect to Market 

Main, from Market square to Salmon Falls road 

Market, from Market square to the river 

Market square, junction Main, High, Market and Beacon 

Marston's lane, from Elm to Orange 

Mount Vernon, from High to Prospect 

Myrtle, from Green to Portland 

Noble, from High to Grand 

Orange, from High to Washington 

Pine, .rom Union to Green 

Pleasant, from High to Green 

Portland, from Myrtle to Franklin 

Prospect, from Market to Rochester line 

Rochester, from Grand to Prospect 

South, from Green to Portland 

Spring, from Main to Union 

Sullivan, from High to Grand 

Summer, from Main to Union 

Union, from Franklin to Janvrin's hill 

Washington, from Main to High 

Water, from Main to Union 

West Green, from Pleasant to Franklin 

Winter, from Linden, near Market 



HISTORICAL SKETCH 

OF GREAT FALLS. 



In 1821, nearly all the land, comprising this pleasant vil- 
lage, was owned by Gershom Home, then residing here, and 
who, if he had lived until now, would have been 101 years 
old. He was a farmer, but owned a grist mill, and an interest 
in a saw mill, and they were both standing on his land, near 
where the head of the canal of the G. F. Manufacturing Co. 
now is. His farm comprised about 200 acres, and was val- 
ued at about $8000, chiefly for its wood and timber with 
which it was well covered. His dwelling house stood on 
what is now Central square. 

The first purchase of real estate for manufacturing purposes 
of Mr. Horn was by George Varney, for Isaac Wendell, in 
1821, and comprised about six acres, bounded by the river on 
the east, and reaching from where the G. F. Manufacturing 
Co.'s grist mill now stands, down stream, and it was called^the 
sheep pasture. The second purchase was the mills above 
named, and lands connected. 

From the time of the first purchase of real estate, at the 
time above mentioned, to 1823, the manufacturing business 
was carried on by Isaac Wendell, and until the Great Falls 
Manufacturing Company was incorporated and Mr. Wendell 
acted as agent for some time afterwards, and George Varney 
the first purchaser, superintended the purchasing and collect- 
ing of materials for building. 

The first mill built was of wood, three stories high, and was 
located where the grist mill now stands. It was raised in 
June, 1823, and was afterward taken down and carried to 
Farmington and converted into a saw and grist mill. About 
this time *the Company were making great preparations for 
mills and dwelling houses. 

In 1822 the granite ledge, at Rocky Hills, was opened, and 
nearly all the stone which has been used for the foundation of 
all the mills here, has been quarried from that ledge. 

A wollen mill was built in 1825 near the present machine 
shop and counting room, and used as such until 1836, when 
it was converted into a Cotton Mill, and was taken down in 



96 HISTORICAL SKETCH QF GREAT FALLS. 

1833 and rebuilt on its present location, and is now known as 
No. 3. No. 1 Mill, now known as the Bag Mill, was built 
the same year. 

The Great Falls Hotel was about completed and furnished 
by the company in 1825, and opened by Joseph Whittier as 
landlord, who had been an efficient man for the Company 
up to that time as an agent in some of their building opera- 
tions. 

In 1826, the mills now known as Nos. 3 aud 4 were built 
and the machinery made at the company's shop. 

The Great Falls Manufacturing Company was incorporated 
in 1824. 

The first church built in this villnge was by the Congrega- 
tional society in 1827* The same year the Methodists built a 
church; both of these churches are on High street. The 
Free-Will Baptist society, in 1830, built a church on Market 
street, and occupied it till 1842 . They built their brick church 
on Green street, and the old church is now converted into a 
steam mill. The Calvin Baptists built their church on High 
street in 1833. The Universalist society, which has long 
since lost its organization here, built a church on Beacon 
street in 1831, which was removed in 1845. The Koman 
Catholic church on Main street, was built in 1858. The 
Main Street Methodists built their church in 1852. This 
comprises all the church buildings ever erected in the village. 



MAI NAKD & N01ES' 

BLACK WRITING INK 

Copies Perfectly, 
Flows Freely. Will not Mould. 

Sold by E. J. LANE & CO. 

DOVER, IV. H. 

and by all Stationers. 

H. P. HOWARD & €0. 

Wholesale Dealers in 

JEWELRY, 

Silver Plated Ware, &c. 

193 Washington Street, 

Up Stairs, 



THE I VERS BUGGY. 




THIS BUGGY, SO UNIVERSALLY POPULAR, 
Has been made a Specialty 

For the past two years by the Subscriber, and is conceded by all who 
have used it to be Far Superior to any now in use, as regards 

Style, Comfort, and Durability. 

I claim that a Buggy of this style, weighing 225 pounds, will 
run with more ease to the horse than a common End-Spring Buggy 
weighing 175 pounds. They are made of 



IS ©& 

and got up in a superior manner, and are warranted to give entire 
satisfaction, and they can be bought 20 per cent less than the same 
class End-Spring Pattern. 

CARRIAGES PAIIVTED, VARXISHED, ATVD REPAIRED, on th» 
most, reasonable terms ,aiid in the Best Manner. 

SATISFACTION WARRANTED IN ALL CASES. 

Carriages sent for and delivered in Boston and vicinity free 
of charge. ^Address 

B\. IVERS, 

MANUFACTURER OP LIGHT CARRIAGES, 
WOBTH CAMBRIDGE, MASS. 



GREAT FALLS DIRECTORY. 



ABBREVIATIONS. 



Ave. avenue; b, or bds. boards; bik. block; bldg. building; e. or cor. corner; 
cl. couri ; h. house; opp. opposite; n. near; r. rear; C. M. Co. Cochoco Manuf. 
Co.; R. K. railroad; sqr. square; st. street; U. S. N., United States Navy. 

After the name of a street the word '"street" is omiijed; the name of a cor- 
poration occurring inimediaiely after the name of a person signifies the place of 
business of that person. 

Abbreviations in Great Falls Directory.— G. F. M. Co., Great Falls Manufac- 
turing Co.; S. M. Co., Somersworth Machine Co.; G. F. VV. Co., Great Falls 
Woollen Co.; P. G. F. & C. R. R., Portsmouth, Great Falls, and Conway Railroad; 
B. & M. R. R., Boston and Maine Railroad. 



ALLARD HENRY, painter, G. F. M. Co. house Union, c. 

Allen James, G. F. M. Co. house Main [Franklin 

Araee William, cigar maker, boards 19 Main 

Amigh William H. cigar maker, High, boards 21 Main 

Andrews Abram P. saloon, Spring, boards Washington 

Andrews, Alonzo H. watchman, G. F. M. Co. house South 

Andrews Elisha, house Orange 

Andrews Elisha, jr. grocer, Washington, house High 

Andrews Henry, painter, house Green 

Andrews, William, laborer, house Main 

Andrews Hattie J. Miss (Andrews & Randall), millinery and 

fancy goods, High, cor. Lincoln square, house do. 
Andrews James M. boarding house, 28 Main 
Andrews S. R. shoemaker, at Foye's, boards 30 Main 
Andrews James, house High, Dover road . 
Andrews Oliver, laborer, house Washington 
Andrews Perley, carpenter, Dover road 
Andrews Wm. H. painter, house South 
Annis Mary, Mrs. house Green 

Annis Nehemiah, laborer, house Green [Fayette 

Annis Sheldon- H. overseer, G. F. M. Co. h. Broad, cor. 
Antoine Charles, harness maker, 12 Elm 
Applebee Samuel W. shoemaker, Green, house Pleasant 
Ashby John, clerk, boards Great Falls Hote! 
Ash worth James, G. F. M. Co. boards 25 Main 
Atkins William P. house South 
Austin Geo. W. at Hubbard, Canney, & Co.'s, Market St. 

h. Front street, Berwick side 
Averill Joseph, blacksmith, Berwick side, 14 Main 
Averill Justus, blacksmith, Berwick side, 14 Main 
Ayers James C. house Dover road 13 



98 GREAT FALLS [B] DIRECTORY. 

BAGLEY CHARLES O. V. clerk, John A. Bagley's, bds. 

J. A. Bagley's, Pleasant 
Bagley John A. grocer, Green, cor. Franklin, h. Pleasant 
Bagley Orlando J. (Bagley & Co.), Great Falls and Boston 

Express, office Central buildings, Main, h. West Green 
Ball Michael, laborer, house Green 
Barrett Lizzie, Mrs. weaver, 18 Washington 

Ballou -, G. F. M. Co. 24 Main 

Barker J. Wm. clerk, James J. Woodward's, b. G. F. Hotel** 

Barnes Orrin C. Mrs. house Orange 

Bartlett C. E. (C. E. Bartlett & Co.), dry goods,- Market, 

house Prospect [Prospect 

Bartlett Edwin R. (C. E. Bartlett & Co.), dry goods, house 
Bartlett C. E. & Co. (E. R. Bartlett), dry goods, Market, 

Bashaw , laborer, house Washington . 

Bates Geo. S. (M. Bates, Son & Co.) dry goods, h. Prospect 
Bates John W. (Bates & Le Gro), boots and shoes, Blue 

building, i-^arket Square, h. Highland 
Bates Brothers (George S. Bates and John W. Bates), fancy 

goods, Market square 
Bates M. (M. Bates, Son & Co.) dry goods, 9 Central build- 
ings, Main, house Prospect 
Bates & Le Gro, boots, shoes, hats, caps, and furs, 1 Central 

buildings, Main 
Bates M., Son & Co. dry goods, 9 Central bldgs Main 
Bayles Abiel, G. F. M. Co. house 1 Broad 
Bayles Wm. H. variety store, 39 Main, boards 22 E!m 
Bayley Arthur W., G. F. M. Co. house Green 
Baxter Heman, shoe manuf. Elm, cor. High, house 9 Elm 
Beacham George, shoemaker, 29 Main 
Beal Anna Mrs. house Pleasant 
Beal Benj. F. boarding house, 11 Elm 
Beam Michael, laborer, house Franklin 
Bean George, shoemaker, boards 15 Main 
Bean George W.|supt. G. F. M. Co. house Market 
Bean Patrick, G. F. M. Co. house Main 
Bedell Charles, G. F. M. Co. 24 Main 
Bedell William, mechanical agent, house High 
Berry Andrew, G. F. M. Co. house Washington 
Berry Geo. W., G. F. M. Co. house 11 Elm 
Bickford Edward, G. F. M. Co. house Pleasant 
Bickford Herbert L. shoemaker, house Green 
Bickford Clementina Mrs. house Green 
Bickford Geo. W. carpenter, house Green 
Bickford Jacob T. (J. T. Bickford & Co.) grocers, Franklin 

street, house Green 
Bickford John, laborer, boards 20 Main 
Bickford John H., G. F. M. Co. house 15 Elm 
Bickford Jonathan, agent E. P. U. Div. 175, Market, h. Green 
Bickford Joseph, H. house Old Dover road 



GREAT FALLS [B] DIRECTORY. 99 

Bickford Moses (J. T. Bickford & Co.) grocer, house Franklin 

Bickford Newell J. house Dover road 

Bickford William, house Green 

Billings Warren, shoemaker, house High [Grand 

Blaisdell Charles S. grocer, Berwick side, h. Mt. Vernon, cor. 

Blaisdell David H. shoemaker, house Franklin [Main 

Blaisdell Eugene L., Hubbard, Canrey& Co.'s, Market, bds. 

Blaisdell Edwin, laborer, house Franklin 

Blaisdell Geo. W. machinist, G. F. M. Co. house South 

Blaisdell Israel, house Franklin 

Blaisdell James C. candy maker, house Winter 

Blaisclell John A. shoemaker, house South 

Blaisdell Lewis, G. F. M. Co. house Franklin 

Blaisdell Richard, machinist, G. F. M. Co. house Sonth 

Blaisdell Samuel Mrs. house Franklin 

Blaisdell Uriah, farmer, house Main 

Blake Charles F. grocer, 6J Elm, boards 27 Main 

Blake John, laborer, house Elm 

Blake Nathaniel Mrs. 2 Elm 

Blood Charles A. (Wright & Co.) flour and grist mill, rear 

B. & M. R.R. depot, Market, h. Dover road 
Blood Charles C. at Wright & Co.'.s, boards Grove 
Blood Edward, at Wright & Co.'s, boards Grove 
Blood Ira, turner, boards C. A. Blood's, Grove 
Bowen John, at railroad, house Orange 

Boynton Oliver M. physician, bds. Mrs.Hanscom's, 13 Market 
Bracy William M. (Bracy & Harmon), Main, opp. B. & M. 

depot, house Berwick side 
Bracy Wm. L. deputy sheriff, house Green 
Bracy & Harmon, periodicals, Main, opp. B. & M. depot 
Brackett Charles A., G. F. M. Co. house 1 Winter 
Brackett Henry H., G. F. M. Co. house Elm 
Brackett Henry H. carpenter, house West Green 
Brackett Olive, boarding house, 15 Elm 
Brackett O. J. fancy goods, Market square, h. Berwick side 
Brackett U. O. & Co. coal, wood, pressed hay, Berwick side 
Brasbridge Geo. W. farmer, house Dover road 
Brennan William, G. F. M. Co. house Portland st. 
Brewster Nancy Mrs. h. High, opp. Granite State Hotel 
Brewster Sarah Miss, house 6 Court 
Bridges George E., G. F. M. Co. house Winter 
Burke David, laborer, house Green 
Brown Charles E., G. F. M. Co. house South 
Brown George W., G. ,F. M. Co., house High 
Brown George W. Jr., G. F. M. Co. b. G. W. Brown's, High 
Brown James, farmer, house Dover road 
Brown Jefferson P. blacksmith, boards Washington 
Brown Jonathan, farmer, Dover road 
Brown Noah S. house Washington 
Brown O. S. overseer, G. F. M. Co. house 5 Broad 



100 GREAT FALLS [C] DIRECTORY. 

Brown Sophia Mrs. boarding house, 23 Elm 

Brown Wm. P. house Pine 

Bruce Brigham, musician, 30 Main 

Bryant Charles F., High 

Bryant John D. carpenter, house 2 Fayette 

Bryant Starr D. boots and shoes, Main, house do. 

Buckley Joseph, G. F. M. Co. boards 25 Main 

Buffum David H. agent, G-. F. W. Co. h. Beacon, c. Prospect 

Burleigh Geo. W. agent, G. F. M. Co. h. Company's grove 

Burleigh M. C. agent S. M. Co. Main, h. do. near Oath. ch. 

Burnham James, farmer, house Rochester line 

Burke Oliver, laborer, house Green 

Burns John, boards 20 Main 

Butler David G. lumber dealer, Berwick side, h. Mt. Vernon 

Butler John F. laborer, boards E. Butler's, Berwick side 

Butterfield Walter L., G. F. M. Co. bds. Fayette, c. Green 

CAHILL JOHN, G. F. M. Co. house South 

Cahili Patrick, B. & M. R. R. house Highland 

Calcord J. carpenter, boards Elm 

Caldwell Thomas, G. F. M. Co. boards 25 Main 

Callahan Cornelius, G. F. & C. R. R. house rear Court 

Callahan Timothy, laborer, house Franklin 

Canavan Patrick, Rev. house Main, near Catholic church 

Canney Benj. R. (Hubbard, Canney & Co.), manuf. doors, 

sashes, and blinds, foot Market, bds. Court [Market 

Canney & Co. (M. B. Canney & A. A. Perkins), expressmen, 
Canney M. B. (Canney & Co.), house at Union Village 
Carrier George, G. F. M. Co. 29 Main 
Carroll John, G. F. M. Co. house South 
Carter Alfred (C. P. Carter & Bro.) house Prospect. 
Carter Clark, clergyman, house High 
Carter C. P. (C P. Carter & Bro.) dry goods, 28 Market 
Carter C. P. & Bro. (C. P. & A. Carter), dry goods 28 Mkt. 
Castle William, morocco finisher, Hersom's, Berwick side, h. 
Case Ackoz, house Court [2 Winter 

Case John, G. F. M. Co. house Green 
Casey Dominick, G. F. & C. R. R. h. Washington 
Casey William, foundry, house Washington 
Cate Joseph H. fish market, house Berwick side 
Cate Oliver P., G. F. M. Co. house Washington 
Caten Jeremiah, G. F. & C. R. R. h. Washington 
Caverley Frederick, farmer, house Dover road 
Chadbourne Daniel, farmer, house Dover road 
Chamberlain George, shoemaker, house Washington 
Chandler A. F. watches, clocks, jewelry, and fancy goods, 4 

Central buildings, Main, h. Green [church 

Chandler Isaac, belt shop, G. F. M. Co. h. Green, opp. F. B. 
Chaney Levi Mrs. boards 20 Main 
Chaney Benjamin, overseer, G. F. M. Co. h. 10 Elm 



GREAT FALLS [C] DIRECTORY. 101 

Chase Charles M. boards 19 Main 

Chapman Clarence L. shoemaker, h. High, cor. Sullivan 

Chapman Hartley -S., G. F. M. Co. h. Cemetery road 

Chase James M., G. F. M. Co. house 19 Main 

Chase N. L. clergyman, house Main 

Challis Ira, blacksmith, house Prospect 

Chesley Daniel, G. F. M. Co. boards Main 

Chesley Joseph P., G. F. Woollen Co. h. Buffumsville 

Chick Frank, Hubbard, Canney & Co.'s, h. Berwick side 

Chick Freeman (Mitchell & Chick), manufacturers and deal- 
ers in doors, blinds, &c. Berwick side, house Green, 
opposite F. W. B. church 

Chick George, Hubbard, Canney & Co.'s, lives Berwick side 

Chick John, G. F. M. Co. house Elm 

Chick S. S. (Chick & Co.), dry goods, 6 Central buildings, 
Main, h. Mt. Vernon 

Clark George H. teamster, house Green 

Clark Hiram, sawing and planing mill, doors, sashes, and 
blinds, Berwick side, house Berwick 

Clark John B. tailor, Market square, h. Mt. Vernon 

Clark John E. baker, house Green 

Clark Sarah A. house Green 

Clark William B. sawing and planing mill, doors, sashes, 
blinds, &c. Berwick side, h. Union 

Clark William D. grocer, Berwick side, h. Berwick 

Clements James, carpenter, h. Franklin 

Clough George, tinsmith, house Orange 

Clough Thomas, G. F. M. Co. house 10 Elm 

Cochran Adam, farmer, house Green 

Cochran Adam Jr. laborer, house Spring 

Colby Geo. M., Hubbard, Canney & Co.'s, house Union 

Cole Shubael B. insurance, house Grove 

Coleman Charles R. house Janvrin's Hill 

Coleman Increase S. fruit, confectionery, and fancy goods, 
High, opp, M. E. church, house Main 

Coleman Lyman M. boards Main 

Collins James, B. &. M. R. R. house Franklin 

Collins Daniel Mrs. house Washington 

Conant Josiah, homoeopathic physician, 2J Elm 

Connelly James Mrs. h. Washington, r. Granite State Hotel 

Conway Daniel, conductor, B. & M. R. R. bds. G. F. Hotel 

Conner John, house South 

Conner Michael, laborer, h. Salmon Falls road 

Conners Jeremiah, laborer, High, Dover road 

Cook Alanson, printer, house Prospect 

Cook Eli, former, house Rochester road 

Cook Silas S. card grinder, house Winter 

Copeland Wm. J. lawyer, Market, h. Berwick side 

Corliss George, machinist, house Court 

Corliss Isaiah, machinist, house Berwick side 



102 GREAT FALLS [D] DIRECTORY. 

Corliss Joseph B. laborer, house Elm 

Corliss — ■— , laborer, Washington 

Corson Nahum, carriage builder, Berwick side 

Cotter Michael, laborer, house Cemetery road 

Cowell Josiah C. janitor Town Hall, house Union 

Cowell Edwin J. photographer, Central square, bds. Fremont 

Cowell George C. clerk, Washington, house 17 J- Elm 

Cram Henry B. shoemaker, house 2 Elm 

Cram Merrill, Conway R. R. depot, house Linden 

Crawford Erastus A. insurance, with J. G. Young, Market, 

house Linden 
Crockett Charles A. farmer, house Salmon Falls road 
Crowell Patrick, laborer, house Lincoln 
Crook Ransom, hairdresser, boards 15 Main 
Crowley Patrick, laborer, house High 
Currier James H. carpenter, house Court 
Curtin James, laborer, B. & M. R. R. house Union 
Curtis Alonzo, laborer, house Berwick side 
Curtis Mary J. widow, h. Dover road, near cor. Franklin 
Curtis Sarah widow, house High 
Cutts Richard D. house Union 

DALEY CORNELIUS, G. F. M. Co. h. Franklin, cor. 
Dame Richard, laborer, house Grove [Green 

Daniels Enoch, Mrs. house Franklin 
Daniels Ira T. brewer, Noble, bds. E. Daniel's, Franklin 
Darnbacher Benedict (A. Wimpfheimer, Bro. & Co), dry 

goods, 12 Central buildings, Main, bds. G. F. Hotel 
Darnbacher L. clerk, boards G. F. Hotel 
Dashia Michael, laborer, house Summer 
Davis Alonzo, S. M. Co. house West Green 
Davis C. F., S. M. Co. house West Green 
Davis Daniel, shoemaker, house Pine 
Davis Daniel S. carpenter, house West Green 
Davis Hannah Mrs. boarding house, 13 Elm 
Davis Harrison B. bobbin maker, Berwick side, h. High 
Davis Melvin, cigar maker, boards Pine 
Davis Owen W. house High 
Davis Samuel, G. F. M. Co. house Elm 
Day John, shoemaker, 24 Main 
Dearborn John C. cutter^ house Pleasant 
Dearborn Lucy A. Miss, boarding house, Market, opp. P. 0. 
Decatur Lorenzo E. carpenter, South, house do. 
Delano James, laborer, house Buffumsville 
Dennis James, G. F. M. Co. 24 Main 
Dennis Henry machinist, boards 12 Elm 
Dennison Daniel B. cutter, house Court 
Desiltz Noel, G. F. M. Co. house Elm [G. State Hotel 

Dodge Taylor S. fireman, B. & M. R. R. Co. h. High, opp. 
Dolloff James, G. F. M. Co. 24 Main 



GREAT FALLS [E"F] DIRECTORY. 103 

Dolloff John, G. F. M. Co. 30 Main [land 

Dorr Charles M. (M. Bates, Son & Co.) dry goods, h. High- 
Dow Albert L. Mrs. house Market, opp. Post office 
Downing James, G. F. M. Co, house Franklin 
Downing John E. ship master, house High 
Downing John E. 2d, G. F. M. Co. h. Franklin, near Green 
Downs Frank, G. F. M. Co. [Hotel, h. Court 

Drew Ansel S. livery and sale stable, High, near G. F. 
Drew Charles K. horse dealer, house Court 
Drew Eli, blacksmith, Wm. D. Merrick's, Wash. h. Orange 
Drew John, S. M. Co. house Main 
Drew Jones W. S., G. F. M. Co., house 22 Elm 
Drew L. P. Mrs. artist, High, opp. Great Falls Hotel 
Duffing Joseph, Mrs. h. Orange 
Duffield Thomas jr. pressman, Elm 
Dunn James, G. F. M. Co. house Market 
Dunn James, 2d, G. F. M. Co. boards Main 
Dunning C. U. clergyman, house Highland 
Durgin James, laborer, house Union 

EARLE OLIVER, blacksmith, house, Franklin 
Eastman George A., G. F. M. Co. house Green 
Eastman Royal (Wells & Eastman), attorneys and insur- 
ance agents, Great Falls Hotel building, house High 
Edgerly James, boarding house, Main, opp. No. 3 mill 
Edgerly James A. clerk, boards Jas. Edgerly's, Main 
Edney James, boarding house, Elm 
Edson Charlotte, Mrs. boards 30 Main 

Elliot Charles, physician, house Beacon [Beacon 

Elliot Charles F. physician, Prospect, near G. F. Bank, h. 
Elwell James W., G. F. M. Co. 33 Main 
Elwell George A. laborer, house Hiojh 
Elwell John F., G. F. M. Co. house South 
Emerson Charles W. house Washington 
Emery Daniel, G. F. M. Co. house Green, near Franklin 
Emery Job, botanic physician, office and house Elm 
Emery John, marble worker, Market, near R. R. h. Linden 
Emery John W. M. clerk, A. D. Lougee's, b. Prospect Hill 
Emery Shem, G. F. M. Co. house Prospect Hill 
Emery Wm. S. carpenter, G. F. M. Co. h. Green, cor. South 
Evans Hugh J., G. F. M. Co. boards 25 Main 

FALL IVORY MRS. house West Green 

Fall Noah L., G. F. M. Co. house West Green 

Farley Patrick, G. F. M. Co. house Union 

Farnham David, tin pedler, house Fremont 

Farnham Edwin A. (O. L. Farnham & Co.) grocers, Franklin, 

corner Union, house Fremont 
Farnham George F. farmer, house Rochester road 
Farnham George W. farmer, house Rochester road 



104 GR3AT FALLS [6] DIRECTORY. 

Farnham Orrin L. (0. L. Farnham & Co.) grocer, Franklin, 
cor. Union, house Fremont 

Farnham. William, tin worker, house Fremont 

Farnham Wm. K. farmer, house Rochester road 

Farrar Leander C. (Wm. H. Farrar & Son), grocer, High, 
boards Farrar's, Prospect [Congregational ch. 

Farrar Wm. H. & Son, grocers, High, house Prospect, near 

Fernald Edwin, printer, and publisher "Great Falls Journal," 
High, cor. Beacon, bds. No. 2 Elm [Grove 

Fernald Oliver, machinist, G. F. M. Co. house Elm, opp. 

Fernald William P. engineer B. & M. R. R. house High 

Flanagan Timothy, B. & M. R. R. house Union 

Flateau Bernard, pedler, 14 Market 

Fogg Jennie Mrs. boards 24 Main 

Fogg John F., G. F. M. Co. house Myrtle 

Folsom Melvin, variety store, 1 Fayette, house do. 

Footman Mark W. loom harness manufacturer, Berwick side, 
house Prospect 

Footman Philip L. boards Prospect 

Ford De, , farmer, boards 3 Elm 

Ford Sarah, dress and cloak-maker, High, boards do. 

Ford Timothy, laborer, house Green 

Foot William", G. F. M. Co. house Janvrin's hill 

Foss Amos, teamster, house Green 

Foss Augustus F. grocer, Elm, house High 

Foss Moses, mason, house Janvrin's hill 

Foster Charles, G. F. M. Co. 24 Main 

Fountain Joseph, hairdresser, house Washington 

Foye Charles E. carpenter, boards Elm 

Foye Frederick, shoemaker, 1 Fore, house Berwick side 

Freeman Cyrus, G. F. M. Co. house Fayette, cor. Broad 

French John M. house Prospect 

French Joseph, house High 

French Napoleon B. shoemaker, house Winter 

Frost Lucy Miss, tailoring, house Orange 

Fiost Otis A. proprietor Great Falls Hotel, High, and At- 
lantic house, Wells Beach, Me. 

Fuller Phineas, botanic physician, house South 

Fullerton John H. (Young & Fullerton), carpenter, h. Green 

Furber Benj. house High, opposite Dr. Hanson's 

GALLAGHER JOHN, farmer, house Green 
Garland Dudley, A., G. F. M. Co. bds. 21 Elm 
Garland Hiram, farmer, house Rochester road 
Garland Wallingford, wool-sorter, house Prospect hill 
Garland Montano, teamster, house Green 
Garry John, boarding house, Union, corner Summer 
Gerry Ann, Mrs. music teacher, house Union 
Giles Solomon S. saloon, Market square 
Gillespie Patrick, S. M. Co., house Maine side 



GREAT FALLS [6] DIRECTORY. 105 

Gilman Dudley, Mrs. house 12 Elm 

Oilman Dudley, carpenter, house Gonic road 

Gilman Hazen, conductor B. & M. R. R. h. Berwick side 

Gilman John L. grocer, Lincoln square, house Mt.Vernon 

Gilman Paul, boarding-house, 16 Main 

Gilman Warren S. clerk, J. L. Gilman's, house High 

Gilpatrick Henry C. stove and tia ware dealer, High, house 

Mt. Vernon 
Gilpatrick John, G. P. M. Co. boards 21 Elm 
Gilpatrick Otis F. clerk, M. Bates, Son & Co. bds. Highland 
Gilpatrick Samuel, tin plate worker, H. C. Gilpatrick's, h. 

Highland 
Goff John, G. F. M. Co. boards 25 Main 
Glidden Charles, shoemaker, house Winter 
Goldthwait T. H. public house, Berwick side 
Goodrich James W. carpenter, hou^e Mt. Vernon 
Goodwin Charles E. depot master, B. & M. R. R. station, 

boards E. A. Smith's, Pleasant, corner West Green 
Goodwin Daniel M. broker, office Central buildings, house 

Washington [Washington 

Goodwin Loyd A. drugs, medicines, &c. 8 Central block, bds. 
Goodwin Nancy, widow, house Green 
Goodwin Wentworth, bobbinmaker, boards Elm 
Gordon Ezra, saloon, Main, house do. 
Gorham Henry M. botanic physician, house Orange 
Gookin John, G. F. M. Co. house 23 Elm 
Goulmath Peter, "G. F. M. Co. house rear 8 Fayette 
Grady Patrick, G. F. M. Co. house Franklin 
Grant Lizzie Mrs. boarding-house, 6 Court 
Grant Samuel, liquor store, Washington, corner Orange, h. 

Salmon Falls road 
Grant Sylvester, house painter, house Union 
Grant Tristram, G. F. M. Co. house Franklin 
Gray Jenny M. Miss, hoopskirt manufactory, 9J Central 

buildings, Main, boards Elm 
Gray John W., G. F. M. Co. house West Green 
Greenleaf Joseph, G. F. M. Co. boards 25 Main 
Greenwood Lewis, saloon, 39 Main, boards Spring 
Guttman Julius, dentift, Wakefield's building, Central sqr. 

house Washington 

HAINES JOHN S. farmer, house Noble 

Hall Maggie Miss, fancy goods, Market square 

Hall Nancy, widow, 33 Main 

Ham Clement, farmer, house Salmon Falls road 

Ham Joshua, tanner, Berwick side, house Court 

Ham Moses Mrs. house Dover road 

Ham Robert L. printer, house Prospect 

Ham Sylvester, painter, house High 

Ham Theodore, farmer, Dover road 14 



106 GREAT FALLS [H] DIRECTORY. 

Kamblet A. C. house High [and Pine 

Hamblet Lorenzo D. physician, 24 Market, house cor. Green 

Hamblett Warren C. (Wright & Co.) house High 

Hammond John J. house West Green, corner Pleasant 

Hamilton Francis, laborer, 20 Main 

Hamilton Reuben, Mrs. widow, house Sullivan 

Hamilton Simeon B., G. F. M. Co. house Green 

Hanna Anna, widow, 30 Main 

Hannagan Anthony, laborer, house Main ^ 

Hannagan Thomas, G. F, M. Co. house South 

Hannagan John, woolshop, Berwick side, house Franklin 

Hanscom Lorenzo, carpenter, house South 

Hanson Amanda M. Mrs. house Green 

Hanson Charles E. clerk, boards High 

Hanson Daniel, cigarmaker, boards Berwick side 

Hanson Frank (L. L. Hanson & Co.) livery stable, Green, 

corner Washington, house do. 
Hanson George M. wood, &c. house West Green 
Han«on Henry R. pointer, Hubbard Canney & Go's, house 

Mount Vernon 
Hanson Howard M., G. F. M. Co.. house 9 Broad 
Hanson Isaac Mrs. h. Prospect hill, near High schoolhouse 
Hanson James L. Mrs. house Green, corner Pleasant 
Hanson J. C. physician, High, near Great Falls Hotel, house 

High, corner Noble 
Hanson J. C. jr. clerk George Moore's. 26 Market, boards 

Dr. J. C. Hanson's, High 
Hanson J. Meader, shoemaker, house Janvrin's hill 
Hanson Joseph W. laborer, boards High 
Hanson Luther L. (L. L. Hanson & Co.) livery stable Green, 

corner Washington, house Green 
Hanson Samuel, baker, house Mechanics' building, Lligh 
Hanson William, house Grove 
Hargrave Edward, manufacturer, house Grand 
Harmon William F. (Bracy & Harmon) house Green 
Harriman Charles, tin pedler, house Union 
Harriman Charles E. tin pedler, boards Pine 
Harriman Isacc F. tin pedler, house 2 Winter 
Harris Enos, carpenter, house Water 
Hart Charles, G. F. M. Co. house Washington 
Hart William N., shoemaker, house Elm 
Hartford Louisa A. Mrs. Lincoln square 
Hastings John C. boards 33 Main 

Hasty John H. shoemaker, house Pleasant, near High • 
Hatch, Alanson A., G. X . M. Co. house Elm 
Hatch Almond L. harness maker, High, boards Washington 
Hatch Lorenzo D. cigar maker, boards Great Falls hotel 
Hatch Sylvanus, harness maker, High, boards Main 
Haughity Michael, G. F. W. Co. house Buffumsville 
Hay Bridget, widow, 30 Main 






GREAT FALLS [H] DIRECTORY. 107 

Hayes H. Ansel (A. Wimpflieimer Bro.& Co.), dry goods, 

house High 
Hayes John A. physician, Market square, house Prospect 
Hayes John S. sewing machines, Market, house High 
Hayward Lucius Mrs. 28 Main 
Hazleton William, cigar dealer, Berwick side 
Head Betsy, widow, boards 28 Main 
Head James F., G. F. M. Co. 28 Main 
Hebard Louis* G., G. F. M. Co. 8 Fayette 
Hemmingway Daniel C. shoemaker, h. Union, c. Summer 
Hersoni Lorenzo L. wool dealer, Berwick side, house do. 
Higley Eben N. machinist, Linden, corner Market, house 

Winter 
Hill Andrew S. express driver, house Green 
Hill Benjamin F. carpenter, house Green 
Hill Bradstreet D. carpenter, Elm 
Hill Charles, saloon, Elm, house do. 
Hill Daniel T. carpenter, house Green 
Hill John G. clothing, auctioneer and town crier, Market 

square, and High, opp. Great Falls hotel, h. Washington 
Hill Joseph A. saloon, boards Elm 
Hill Samuel Mrs. boards 12 Broad 
Hill Stephen, G. F. M. Co. house Union 
Hill William, undertaker, house Green 
Hill William, G. F. M. Co. house 28 Main 
Hobbs Benjamin F., G. F. M. Co. house Pleasant 
Hobbs Joseph, laborer, house Highland 
Hodgdon David L. carpenter, Berwick side, house Qreen 
Hodgdon James A. carpenter, house Lincoln 
Hodges Augustus E., G. F. M. Co. house Broad 
Hodsdon Cyrus S. (Hoclsdon Bros.) boards Market 
Hodsdon Daniel (Hodsdon Bros.) house Market 
Hodsdon George W., G. F. M. Co. boards 11 Elm 
Hodsdon Ichabod, carpenter, house Mt. Vernon 
Hodsc'on John C. carpenter, G. F. M. Co. h. Janvrin's hill 
Hodsdon John F., G. F. M. Co. house Janvrin's hill 
Hodsdon Thomas, G. F. M. Co. house Main 
Hodson Bros. (Daniel & Cyrus), stoves, furnaces, tin and 

hardware, 29 Market 
Holbrook Robert H., S. M. Co. house Main 
Holbrook William H., S. M. Co. house Green 
Hole Alexander, laborer, house Washington 
Holden William, G. F. M. Co. house 17 Elm 
Holman John F. overseer, G. F. M. Co. boards 21 Elm 
Holmes Albion P. restaurant, G. F. & C. R. R. depot, house 

Prospect hill 
Holmes Ichabod, carpenter, 24 Main 
Hooper George B. clerk, S. M. Co. boards G. F. hotel 
Hopkins Mead, carpenter, boards High 
Horlor Arthur, restaurant, Washington 



108 GREAT FALLS [H] DIRECTORY. 

Horlor Charles W., G. F. M. Co, boards Union 

Horn Albert, G. F. M. Co. house Green 

Horn Andrew, boarding-house, 15 Main 

Horn Benjamin Mrs. house Fayette 

Horn Charles, laborer, house Green 

Horn Edwin P. teamster, house South 

Horn Francis A., G. F. M. Co; house Green 

Horn George, carpenter, boards 15 Main 

Horn George H. house Rochester 

Horn (Hiram) & James (Samuel), sawmill, Buffumsville, 

house Main 
Horn Leavitt C. lumberman, High, house Dover road 
Horn Jacob, farmer, house Prospect hill 
Horn James, farmer, house Dover road 
Horn Jonathan, farmer, Gonic road 
Home Jesse R. sawing and planing mill, Berwick side, house 

High, corner Grove [High 

Horne Samuel P. sawing and planing mill, Berwick side, h. 
Home Sumner C. farmer, house Dover road 
Hough Charles, expressman, h. Franklin 
Howe Henry, G. F. M. Co. boards 25 Main 
Hoyt George, shoemaker, house Rochester road 
Hoyt Margaret Mrs. house Linden 
Hoyt John C. clerk, Foye's, 1 Fore, boards 1 Elm 
Hubbard A. Mrs. boarding-house, Highland 
Hubbard George E. restaurant, "Washington, boards do. 
Hubbard (George W.) Canney (Benja. R.) & Co. (John C. 

Nutter, Henry Albert Hubbard), door, sash and blind 

manufacturers, Market, near the bridge, house 10 Green 
Hubbard, Charles M. door, sash and blind maker, Market, 

house Highland 
Hubbard Henry Albert (Hubbard, Canney & Co.) Market, 

boards G. W. Hubbard's, 10 Green [Highland 

Hubbard Jared P., G. F. M. Co. boards Mrs. Hubbard's, 
Hubbard John, carpenter, house Janvrin's hill 
Hubbard John T. house Salmon Falls road 
Hunt John G., G. F. M. Co. house Washington 
Huntress James S., G. F. M. Co. house Mount Vernon 
Hurd Edwin P. clerk, Farrar & Son, High, house Fremont 
Hurd Hiram, laborer, house Pleasant 
Hurd Hiram S. house Pleasant 
Hurd John H. house Berwick side 
Hurd Joshua, grocer, Buffumsville, house do. 
Hurd Nathaniel N. butcher, house West Green 
Hussey Benjamin, farmer, house Dover road 
Hussey Edward, farmer, boards High, Dover road 
Hussey George, farmer, house Dover road 
Hussey Howard E., S. M. Co. house High 
Hussey Robert H. prop'r Granite State, House Hotel, High 
Hyde William C, G. F. M. Co. house Orange 



GREAT FALLS [J] DIRECTORY. 109 

JAMES ALMON H. (Samuel James & Sons), grocers, 

High, boards Fremont 
James John E., B. & M. R. R. boards Elm 
James Lauren M. (Samuel James & Sons), grocers, High, 

boards Fremont 
James Mary, Mrs. house Orange 
James Samuel & Sons, (Lauren M. and Almon H.), grocers, 

High, corner Orange, house Fremont 
Jameson Thomas G. head watchman, G. F. M. Co. house 

Rocky hill road 
Janvrin Charles W. clerk, R. Janvrin's, Main, boards do. 
Janvrin George W. clerk, R. Janvrin's, house Main 
Janvrin Rufus, grocer, Main, house do. 
Jenkins Alvah, physician, Pleasant, house $0. 
Jenness Charles B. hairdresser, first door from Great Falls 

Hotel, house Court 
Jenness Joseph, cooper, house Rochester road 
Jenness Parker A., G. F. M. Co. house Franklin 
Jenness Stephen B. house Green 
Johnson Alonzo C, G. F. M. Co. house High 
Johnson George W. painter, house Green 
Johnson John, laborer, house Dover road 
Johnson Julia A. Mrs. dressmaker, High, opposite Great 

Falls Hotel, house High 
Johnson William, laborer, house Dover road 
Jones Albert, G. F. M. Co. house Elm 
Jones Alfred, G. F. M. Co. house Elm 

Jones E. A. Mrs. widow, house High, n. Granite State House 
Jones Charles S. suj:)t. streets, house Gonic road 
Jones C. M. & Co. (Geo. P. Ladd), druggists and apotheca- 
ries, 1 1 Central buildings, house Pleasant 
Jones Daniel, gristmill, house Winter 
Jones David, G. F. M. Co. boards 22 Main 
Jones George, G. F. M. Co. house South 
Jones George A., G. F. M. Co. house South 
Jones Isaiah, teamster, boards 24 Main 
Jones Ivory, watchman, G. F. M. Co. house Franklin 
Jones Ivory, Jr. G. F. M. Co. house Franklin 
Jones John 1st, watchman, G. F. M. Co. house Elm, corner 

Washington 
Jones John 2d, laborer, house West Green 
Jones John 3d, farmer, house Rochester 
Jones Joseph M. house West Green 

Jones Samuel W. watchman, G. F. M. Co. house Franklin 
Jones Thomas, B. & M. R. R. house Grove 
Jones William H. painter, boards 17 Main 
Jordan Ichabod G. lawyer, Market, house Berwick side 
Jordan Kate L. fancy goods, millinery, &c. 35 Main, house 32 
Jordan William M. carpenter, house 32 Main 



110 GREAT FALLS [K"L] DIRECTORY. 

KEAYS GILMAN M. cigar maker, house High 

Kelly John laborer, house Main 

Kendall George A. engineer B. & M. R. R. house Highland 

Kennison Abigail Mrs. house High, corner Orange 

Kennison John, G. F. M. Co. boards 14 Main 

Kenniston Nathan, Hubbard, Canney & Co.'s, Market 

Kenniston Samuel, carpenter, house Green 

Kerrigan Austin, G. F. M. Co. boards Main 

Keys Otis, boarding house, 18J Washington 

Kidder John, laborer, house Main 

King Henry, carpenter, boards Janvrin's hill 

King Peter, Hubbard, Canney & Co. Market, bds. Franklin 

King Philip, house Janvrin's hill 

Kinsman Prescott, pedler, house Pleasant 

Kling William H. clergyman, house High 

Knapp William D. lawyer and insurance agent, Wakefield's 

building, Central square, house Prospect 
Knight Edward, carpenter, 18J Washington 
Knight George, engineer, house Union 
Knight Moses B. shoemaker,' house Green 
Knight William, shoemaker, house Green 
Knight Ada, widow, house Washington 

LADD GEORGE P. (C. M. Jones & Co.) Main, boards 

22 Elm 
Lahey William, B. & M. R. R. house Franklin 
Lamos James M., G. F. M. Co. house High 
Langley Horace E. painter, house Green 
Langley John E. clerk, G. F. Hotel, boards do. 
Leaeh Roscius H. cigar manufacturer, house Beacon 
LeGro David R. truckman, house Dover road 
LeGro Edgar B. (Bates & LeGro), 1 Central building, bds. 

J. B. LeGro's, Main 
LeGro Eunice, Mrs. house Main 
LeGro John S. butcher, Washington, house Green 
Legro Jonathan B. house Main 
Leighton Daniel M., S. M. Co. house Marston's lane 
Letendre John, laborer, house Orange 
Levi W. A. carpenter, boards Highland 
Libby Charles, farmer, house Franklin 
Libby Charles, W. (Libby, O'Brien & Co.), h. West Green 
Libby Joseph, G. F. M. Co. house Pleasant 
Libby Morrill, G. F. M. Co. house Elm 
Libby Nathaniel B. house Union 
Liberty Mark, laborer, house Court 
Littlefield Stephen, G. F. M. Co. house 30 Main 
Locke Charles A. billiard saloon, High, house Main 
Locke Charles H. carpenter, boards Green 
Locke Howard, (J. T. Bickford & Co.) corner Franklin and 

Main, house Green 



GREAT FALLS [M] DIRECTORY. Ill 

Locke James A. job wagon, bouse Green 

Locke Thomas D. new and second-hand furniture, corner 

Washington and Green, house Washington 
Lord Alphonso, Grant's store, cor. Washington and Orange, 

boards Salmon Falls road 
Iford Benjamin, barber, boards 20 Main 
Lord George, laborer, house Pine 
Lord George B. farmer, house New Dover road 
Lord George W. carpenter, house Franklin 
Lord Ira, tin plate worker, H. C. Gilpatrick's, High, house 

Lord's court 
Lord James, farmer, house Union [ner Fremont 

Lord Jeremiah, painter, Fremont, house West Green, cor- 
Lord John, house Washington, near corner Green 
Lord John Henry, 2d, G. F. M. Co. house Market 
Lord John 0. livery stable, Orange, house do. 
Lord Michael, boarding house, 3 Elm 
Lord Mirriam, boarding house, 21 Elm 

Lord Oliver H. treas. S'omersworth Machine Co. house High 
Lord William C. laborer, house' Berwick side 
Lord William F., G. F. M. Co. house Berwick side 
Lord William H. house. Berwick side 
Lothrop D. & Co. (John C.) ready-made clothing, Market 

square, house Mt. Vernon 
Lothrop George, G. F. M. Co. house 17 Green 
Lothrop John C. (D. Lothrop & Co.) house Mt. Vernon 
Lougee Amos, grocer, Market, boards Grove, corner Grand 
Lougee Dearborn, house Grand 
Lougee Georgie, Miss, millinery goods, High, opposite M. E. 

church, boards Grand, corner Grove 
Lougee James Mrs. 7 Elm [Berwick side 

Lougee John, painter and glazier, Market, near Railroad, h. 
Luf'kin Nehemiab, carpenter, house Green 

MADDOX HOWARD, G. F. M. Co. boards 20 Main 

Maddox Ivory, G. F. M. Co. house Berwick side 

Maddox Joel, laborer, house Berwick side 

Mahoney Daniel, laborer, house rear Elm 

Malonzo Francis, G. F. M. Co. boards 3 Broad 

Malonzo Joseph, overseer, G. F. M. Co. house 3 Broad 

Marshall C. E. & Co. confectioners, Berwick side 

Marshall Isaac, house Myrtle 

Marston Thomas, house Marston's lane [High, cor. Orange 

Marston Thomas F. restaurant, B. & M. 11. R. depot, house 

Martin Bartholomew O. painter, High, corner Highland, h. 

Franklin 
Martin John, corn and flour dealer, High, house do. 
Martin William B. house High 
Mason William, laborer, house Green 
Maxwell Susan Mrs. boards 15 Main 



112 GREAT FALLS [N] DIRECTORY. 

Mayo Lysander R., G. F. M. Co. house Washington 
McCarthy Eugene, G. F. M. Co. house Franklin 
McCarthy Eugene Jr. laborer, house Franklin 
McCone James, laborer, house Washington 
McCone John, laborer, house Washington 
McLaughlin John, G. F. M. Co. 21 Elm 
Mellen Edwin, shoemaker, house rear High 
Merrill Cleaveland B., G. F. M. Co. boards Elm 
Merrill George, S. M. Co. 21 Elm 
Merrill Josiab, carriage manuf. Berwick side, h. Linden 
Merrill Richard W. blacksmith, house Linden 
Merrick Wm. D. blacksmith, Washington, h. do. n. Court 
Merrow Charles F., G. F. M. Co. house Market 
Merrow Charles W. farmer, 19 Main 

Merrow John E., G. F. M. Co. bds. H. Whitehouse's, Broad 
Meserve John, express messenger, boards Prospect 
Miles Charles H. clerk, boards 27 Main 
Mildram Charles E. machinist, house Rollins, cor. Union 
Mills Joshua, clerk, house Washington, corner Court 
Mitchell (Charles F.) & Chick (Freeman), manuf. and deal- 
ers in doors, blinds, &c. Berwick side, house High 
Moody Daniel, laborer, house Buffumsville 
Moody Nathaniel, laborer, house Cemetery road 
Moore Charles, Hersom's, boards 20 Main 
Moore George, drugs, medicines, and groceries, 26 Market, 

house Berwick side 
Moore Joseph, house Main [wick side 

Moore William H. clerk, C. E. Bartlctt & Co.'s, boards Ber- 
Morgan Charles H. engineer, G. F. & C. R. R., house Linden 
Morrill Charles R. carpenter, house Brickyard road 
Morrill Ephraim, B. & M. R. R. house West Green 
Morrill Robert, painter, house West Green 
Morse Joseph, house Franklin [road 

Morse Otis B. agent machine shop, G. F. M. Co. house Dover 
Moses Kirk W. supt. bleachery, G. F. M. Co. hpuse Franklin 
Moses Theodore B. Mrs. house 7 Fayette 
Moses William Pitt, paymaster, G. F. M. Co. house Main, 

opposite M. E. church 
Mott Mary A. Mrs. milliner, High, house Grove 
Mott Perkins F. shoemaker, house High 
Mudget Sophronia, widow, house Court 
Mullen Kate E. millinery and dress making, High, bds. do. 
Murphy Michael, laborer, house Summer 
Murray Hannah Mrs. house Pleasant 
Myers Charles, clerk, 27 Main 

NASON CHARLES S. express messenger, bds. Prospect 
Nason Nahum, G. F. M. Co. boards Green 
Nason William W. druggist, and telegraph office, High, opp. 
G. F. Hotel, house Prospect 












GREAT FALLS [0"P] DIRECTORY. 113 

Nash Joseph, carpenter, G. F. M. Co. house Main 

Nash John R. watchman, G. F. M. Co. house Market 

Newell Catharine Mrs. 29 Main 

Nichols George, tinsmith, boards Berwick side 

Noble Mark, house Noble 

Noyes Dewitt C. machinist, G. F. M. Co. house Green 

Noyes Henry C, G. F. M. Co. house Main 

Noyes J. N. bill poster, office, Journal office, High, house 

10 Market 
Nute David H. (L. M. & D. H. Nute), shoe manufacturer, 

Berwick side, boards G. F. Hotel 
Nute Leander M. (L. M. & D. H. Nute), shoe manufacturer, 

Berwick side, house High 
Nutter John C. (Hubbard, Canney& Co.) sashes, doors, and 

blinds, Market, n. the bridge, h. Linden, cor. Winter 

O'BRIEN DENNIS, laborer, house Washington 

O'Brien Neil, boot and shoe manufacturer, Main, house Union 

corner Summer 
O'Donnell John, house Franklin 
Orange Jeremy W., G. F. M. Co. house Orange 

PACKARD JACOB L., G. F. M. Co. house Franklin 

Page Joseph L. farmer, house Back road 

Page Mrs. widow, Rollins' block, High 

Page Major, Hersom's, boards 20 Main 

Palmer Luther W. house Elm 

Palmer Matilda Mrs. house 6 Elm 

Parks Thomas B. Mrs. widow, house High [Highland 

Paine Will (S . S. Chick & Co.), boards Mrs. Hubbard's, 

Parker Lucinda, Mrs. house 2 Fayette 

Parsons Emeline, Mrs. house Green 

Parsons John, laborer, house Summer 

Parsons Walter, laborer, house Green 

Paul Ambrose, overseer, G. F. M. Co. house 10 Broad 

Paul L. W. boot and shoe manufacturer, Berwick side, house 

Pauline Sarah, widow, boards 15 Main [Market 

Pearl Ichabod, farmer, office Elm, house High, Dover road 

Peavy Moses V. clerk, house Pleasant 

Peirce Charles D. cigar maker, boards High 

Peirce Eben H. shoemaker,house Main 

Peirce Ephraim P., G. F. M. Co. house West Green 

Pemberton Charles H. freight master, B. & M. K. R. depot , 

house Prospect 
Pemberton Charles K. engineer, B. & M. R. R. house Noble 
Perez Charles S. M. Co. house Fayette 
Perkins Abigail, Mrs. house Pleasant 
Perkins Albert, shoemaker, house Franklin 
Perkins Albert A. superintendent, P. G. F. & C. R. R. 

office, Market, and (Canney & Co.'s express),h. Prospect 



114 GREAT FALLS [Q-R] DIRECTORY. 

Perkins Enoch, fancy goods, High, cor/ier Elm, house Orange 

Perkins Geo. F. shoemaker, Berwick side 

Perkins Edward, shoemaker, boards Green 

Perkins James S. painter, house Franklin 

Perkins Nahum, boards 21 Main 

Perkins O. A. Mrs. fancy goods, High, house Orange 

Perkins Thomas F., G. F. M. Co. boards 30 Main 

Perkins William, Mrs. widow, house Pleasant 

Pierce George, farmer, house Portland 

Pierce Eben, shoemaker, boards 30 Main 

Pierce Latham, sawyer, boards 30 Main 

Pierce Benjamin F., G. F. M. Co. boards 24 Main 

Pike Charles M. laborer, boards Mrs. M. Pike's, Washington 

Pinkham Bs, J. hats, caps, and furs, Fore, house Prospect 

Pinkham John, G. F. M. Co. house Berwick side 

Pitman Jacob L. house West Green 

Pitman John, laborer, house Green 

Plummer Eri, Nute's, Berwick side, house 40 Elm 

Plummer Walter S., printer, house 10 Orange 

Pitman Betsy, widow, house Green 

Pitman Alonzo, shoemaker, cor. Franklin and West Green 

Plummer Edwin, B. & M. R. R. house West Green 

Plummer William, grocer, High, opp. M. E. church, house 

Poole Joseph M. baker, High [Sullivan 

Poole Frank, G. F. M. Co. 24 Main 

Pray Amos, B. & M. R. R. house Green 

Pray Dorcas, widow, boards, 24 Main 

Pray Jacob S., G. F. M. Co. house 24 Main 

Prescott Albert, G. F. M. Co. 17 Elm 

Pray Lorenzo D. farmer, house Salmon Falls road 

Prescott Ezekiel, carpenter, house West Green 

Priest Harriet, widow, boarding house, Broad 

Priest Joseph, boards, Janvrin's Hill 

Prior Joseph, carpenter, Hubbard, Canney & Co.'s, house 

Franklin, corner West Green 
Proctor Frank, G. F. M. Co. 24 Main 
Proctor Sumner, G. F. M. Co. 24 Main 
Prouty Dexter B. bread pedler, house South 
Pyne John, G. F, M. Co. house Union 

QUIMBY DANIEL W. cigar maker, High, h. 3 Fayette 

Quimby Elihu, cigar maker, house Washington 

Quimby Henry C, G. F. M. Co. 33 Main 

Quimby Eunice, widow, house West Green 

Quimby James, boards Mrs. Quimby's, Green 

Quimby James W. cigar maker, High, house West Green 

Quinn Patrick, G. F. W. Co. house Buffumsville 

RACKLEY SAMUEL, salesman, D. Lothrop & Co's. Mar- 
ket square, boards Grove 



GREAT FALLS [R] DIRECTORY. 115 

Rady Dennis, G. F. M. Co. 21 Elm 

Ramsey William P. laborer, house Orange 

Raney Silas, G. F. M. Co. house Green 

Rand Frank, clerk, boards Grand 

Randall Amanda J. Miss (Andrews & Randall), millinery 

and fancy goods, High 
Randall Ebenezer H. laborer, house High 
Randall Emery J. clerk, G. F. M. Co. house Market 
Randall George H. laborer, house High 
Randall Reuben, carpenter, Berwick side 
Randall Leonard, shoemaker, boards 30 Main 
Randall Milton N. carpenter, Berwick side, house 12 Elm 
Randall William S. laborer, house Green 
Randlett Charles, G. F. M. Co. boards 19 Elm 
Randlett John, laborer, house 19 Elm 
Randlett Thomas, G. F. M. Co. house Gonic road 
Ranking Charles O. shoemaker, house 32 Main 
Reardon Mary A. widow, ^9 Main 
Reed John D. saloon, Berwick side, house Union 
Remick George E. boards Highland 

Remick George W. carpenter, G. F. W. Co. house Highland 
Remick John, carpenter, house Highland 

Revore , house Washington 

Richards Charles J. postal clerk, B. & M. R.R. house W.Green 
Richards George J. harness maker and coal dealer, High, 

house Court 
Richards Silas, painter, G. F. M. Co. 21 Elm 
Richmond James A., S. M. Co. house Main 
Richmond John W., G. F. W. Co. house Buffumsville 
Ricker Benjamin, laborer, house Main 
Ricker James E. cigar maker, Green, boards do. 
Ricker Joanna, Mrs. house Franklin, corner Green 
Ricker Lydia Miss, millinery and fancy goods, 2 Fore, boards 

corner Green & Franklin 
Ricker Simon, at S. P. Brackett & Co.'s, Berwick side, house 
Ricker Theodore Mrs. widow, house Union [Winter 

Ricker Stephen, G. F. M. Co. house Green 
Ricker Winslow T. tanner and currier, and loom picker, 

Berwick side, house do. 
Rohan -John, laborer, house Franklin 
Rohan Thomas, laborer, house Union 
Roberts Charles O., B. & M. R. R. house Prospect hill 
Roberts Ichabod, farmer, house Gonic road 
Roberts John, farmer, house Gonic road 
Roberts Joshua, farmer, house Washington 
Roberts Silas I. overseer, G. F. M.Co. h. Fayette, cor. Broad 
Robinson Charles H. (John F. Robinson & Co.), grocers, 

Berwick side, house do. 
Robinson Harrison, G. F. M. Co. house 6 Broad 
Robinson James B. Hubbard, Canney & Co.'s, house High 



116 GREAT FALLS [S] DIRECTORY. 

Eobinson John F. & Co. (Charles H. Robinson), grocers, 

Berwick side, house Fayette 
Robinson John W. house Market 
Robinson Robert, G. F. M. Co. 30 Main 
Rodgers Amasa S. farmer, house Back road 
Rollins Calvin, carpenter, house Main 
Rollins Daniel G. lawyer, Fore, house High 
Rollins Samuel S. cashier Somersworth Nat. Bank. h. Noble 
Ross Edward, Hubbard, Canney & Co.'s, boards Winter 
Ross Jonathan S. physician, 10 Central buildings, Main, h. 
Ross Joseph B. hack driver, house Prospect hill [High 

Rowan John, G. F. M. Co. house Franklin 
Rowan Thomas, laborer, house Franklin 
Royce William, Hubbard, Canney & Co.'s Main, bds. do. 
Russell Brooks D. door, sash and blind manufacturer, house 

corner Winter and Linden 

SALISBURY MARTIN, B. & M. R. R. bds. 3 Main 

Sanborn Abraham, harness maker, house Green 

Sanborn Charles, (Sanborn & Watson), furniture, carpets, 

&c. 27 Market, house Green 
Sanborn Daniel, stone cutter, house Pleasant 
Sanborn Oliver W. farmer, house High 
Sanborn Samuel L. laborer, house 24 Elm 
Sargent Albert W. brick maker, house Salmon Falls road 
Sawyer George, reed maker, boards Green 
Sayward Ebenezer R. tin pedler, house 12 Elm 
Say ward Mary H. Mrs. dresss maker, 12 Elm 
Scruton Charles A. supt. S. M. Co. boards S. Cole's, Grove 
Seeking Frank, G. F. M. Co. 27 Main 
Seavey Herbert, clerk, S. A. Seavey's, boards Grove 
Seavey S. Augustus, hardware and agricultural tools, 24 

Market, house High 
Shapleigh Edwin, mason, house Janvrin's hill 
Shapleigh James B. auctioneer, Wakefield's building, Cen- 
tral square, house Prospect 
Shapleigh James W. grocer, Green, house do. 
Shapleigh Louisa, widow, boarding house, 22 Elm 
Shapleigh Nicholas, laborer, house Franklin 
Shapleigh Orin Q. dentist, 24 Market, house Franklin, .corner 

Green 
Sharrock Edward, G. F. M. Co. house 30 Main 
Shea Edwin H. conductor Conway R. R. house 46 Main 
Sherman Hiram W., G. F. M. Co. house Washington 
Simpson George W. tin pedler, house Orange 
Sinclair George, .teamster, 21 Main 
Slaughtary Morris, B. & M. R. R. house Summer 
Smart Hollis, conductor, B. & M. R. R. house Grand, corner 

Sullivan 
Smart Robert, carpenter, house High 



GREAT FALLS [S] DIRECTORY. 117 

Smilie John A. boots, shoes, trunks and fancy goods, High, 

house Gonic road 
Smith Addie Miss, dress maker, Market square, house High 
Smith Albert F. (Smith Bros.) butcher, house Prospect hill 
Smith Bros. (Charles & A. F.) butchers, Lincoln square, 

corner Fore 
Smith A. P. Mrs. boarding house, 4 Elm 
Scuith Caroline E. Mrs. house Court 

Smith Charles H. hair dresser, High, cor. Beacon, h. Fremont 
Smith Charles (Smith Brothers), butcher, house Sullivan, 

Berwick side 
Smith Edward A. road master, B. & M. R. R. h. Pleasant 
Smith Hattie Miss, boarding- house, 17 Elm 
Smith James F. clergyman, house Washington 
Smith Joshua S., G. F. M. Co house Prospect 
Smith Lewis, shoemaker, Pleasant, house do. 
Smith Noah, G. F. M. Co. house 2 Broad 
Snell Jerome, boarding house, 17 Main 
Snell William, shoemaker, 77 Main 
Snow Thomas, clerk, Nute Bros, house 20 Elm 
Spencer Alvin D. undertaker, Berwick side, house do. 
Splaine Ellen, Mrs. High 

Stacy Abel, botanic medicines, 8 Elm,piouse do. 
Spline Daniel Mrs. house Washington 
Stacy David H.,|H. C. Gilpatrick's, house High 
Stanley Hugh R. clerk, True Wm. Woodman's, High, house 

Green 
Stanton Dudley, Mrs. widow, house Winter 
Staples William, laborer, house Union 
Staples Joseph, laborer, house Marston's, lane 
Staples William D. laborer, house Elm 
Stevens Alvin W. harness maker, High, house Orange 
Stephenson Alfred, G. F. M. Co. 21 Main 
Stevens Benjamin, painter, house High, Dover road 
Stevens Geo. W. engineer, B. & M. R. R. house Pleasant 
Stevens George, G. F. M. Co. house Main 
Stevens John P. laborer, house High 
Stevens Marsha, widow, 33 Main 
Stevens Orrin C. harness maker, house Spring 
Stevens R. W. Mrs. widow, house Green 
Stewart Alexander, painter, D. Wingate & Co.'s, High, house 

Pleasant 
Stewart John, carpenter, house Dover road 
Stewart John, Jr. auction room, Washington, house Green 

Stickney , Mrs. widow, house Grand, corner Highland 

Stickney Joseph A. cashier, G. F. Nat. Bank, h. High, cor. 
Stiles David, agent, High [Grove 

Stiles Phillip, boards Rollins 
Sullivan Cornelius, G. F. M. Co. boards 15 Main 
Sullivan Mary, widow, 29 Main 



118 GREAT FALLS [T-V] DIRECTORY. 

Sullivan Humphrey, B. & M. R. R. house Franklin 

Swain Moses C. stone cutter, house Mt. Vernon 

Svvasey C. E. physician, Main, boards Beacon 

Swasey Frank A., G. F. M. Co. boards Prospect 

Swasey Henry S. baker, High, house Beacon 

Swasey Joseph P. tailor, market square, house Prospect 

Sweeney Edward, B. & M. R. R. house Franklin 

Symmes William, oveerseer, G. F. M. Co. house Highland 

Swynnerton Andrew, farmer, Gonic road 

Swynnerton James, farmer, Gonic road 

TASKER OLIVER A. overseer, G.F.M.Co. house Winter 

Tasker Wm. H. furniture repairer, High, h. Fremont 

Tate Daniel R. laborer, house Dover road 

Tate James, carpenter, house Court 

Tate John, farmer, Cross ~oad 

Tebbets Ebenezer A. (Tebbets, & Bro.), hardware, iron and 

steel, 20 Market, corner, Bridge, boards G. F. Hotel 
Tebbets Elijah, truckman, house Prospect 
Tebbets George, shoemaker, house Berwick side 
Tebbets (James- M.) & Bro. (Ebenezer A. Tebbets) hard- 
ware, iron and steel, 20 Market, cor. Bridge, house Linden 

Terreo , G. F. M. Co. house Green 

Terreo Joseph, shoemaker, Spring 

Thompson Daniel, Mrs. widow, house Pleasant 

Thompson David, G. F. M. Co. boards 19 Main 

Thompson Johanna, widow, 30 Main 

Thompson Joseph H. overseer, G. F. M. Co. house Green 

Thompson Luther, clerk, house High 

Thompson Stephen, house Pleasant 

Thurston Alonzo, G. F. M. Co. house Orange 

Thurston Ephraim A., G. F. M. Co. house Orange 

Thurston Fred A., at Great Falls Hotel 

Thwing Albert, books and stationery, 2 Central buildings, 

Main, boards Mount Vernon 
Thwing Joshua, Mt. Vernon, near the Reservoir* 
Tebbetts Ebenezer A. (Tebbets & Bro.) hardware, iron, and 

steel, 20 Market, house cor. Linden and Prospect 
Toothaker Daniel, Hubbard, Canney & Co.'s, Market, house 
Towle Josiah K. hotel, 16 Elm [Berwick side 

Trafton Mark, laborer, house Grove 
Tufts James W., Hubbard, Canney & Co.'s, bds. Main 

Triffley , rear Elm [side 

Twombly Charles H., Hubbard, Canney & Co.'s, h. Berwick 
Twombly Samuel, architect, house High, cor. Noble 
Twombly Thomas O., R. R. conductor, house Grove 
Twombly William B. shoemaker, house Green 

VARNEY EZRA, carpenter, house Portland 
Varney Newell B. laborer, house Green 



GREAT FALLS [W] DIRECTORY. 119 

Velore Joseph, tin-plate worker, boards Orange 
Vesehoff Henry, tailor and ready-made clothing, 3 Central 
buildings, house High 

WAKEFIELD ALBERT, MRS. house Mt. Vernon 
Walker Rufus, gas works, house Franklin [Pleasant 

Walker Mehitable M. Mrs. straw millinery and dress making, 
Wallace Michael, G. F. M. Co. h. Buffumsville road 
Wallingford Charles W. baggage master B. & M. R. R. house 

cor. Green and Pleasant 
Wallingford, Nathaniel, house Rochester 
Ward Parker L. harness maker, 1 Market, house Grand 
Watson A. J. Mrs. milliner and millinery goods, Market sqr. 

house do. [house Mt. Vernon 

Watson Charles (Sanborn & Watson), furniture, 27 Market, 
Watson George E. dye house, corner Market & Linden, h. 4 
Watson Orison, farmer, house Rochester line [Winter 

Webber E. M. agent, house Highland 
Webster Harrison, shoemaker, 18 Washington 
Weeks John W. clerk, M. Bates, Son & Co.'s, bds. Grove 
Wells Nathaniel (Wells & Eastman), house Market square 
Wells Burleigh, shoemaker, house Orange 
Wells & Eastman, attorneys and ins. agents, G. F. Hotel bldg. 
Wells Nathaniel W. ticket master, Conway R. R. depot, bds. 

N. Wells's, Market square 
Wendell George W. dry goods, High, house Noble, c. Grand 
Wentworth Benjamin, painter, house Green 
Wentworth Daniel G. house Green 

Wentworth David W. restaurant, Washington, house High 
Wentworth Henry R. harness dresser, house 3 Winter - 
Wentworth Hiram, mason, house Union 
Wentworth Horace, painter, h. High [road 

Wentworth Ivory L. teamster, at Wright & Co.'s, h. Dover 
Wentworth Jacob, painter, High, h. Franklin 
Wentworth Levi H. vest manufacturer, High, house Highland 
Wentworth Martin V. pedler, house Green 
Wentworth Moses, supt. Great Falls Hotel, boards do. , 
Wentworth Nathan (S. S. Chick & Co.) dry goods, 6 Central 

bldgs. Main, house Mt. Vernon 
Wentworth Valentine N., G. F. M. Co. house Portland 
Wentworth Orrin D. clerk, boards Union 
Wentworth Samuel, house Green 
Wentworth Samuel S. house Prospect Hill 
Wentworth Thomas M. restaurant, Washington, house High 
Wentworth T. W. proprietor Maine Hotel, Berwick side,h. do. 
Williams Joseph, G. F. M. Co. boards 20 Main 
Wessinger Abbie Miss, dress and cloak maker, 6 Elm, b. 7 do. 

Westcott , G. F. M. Co. 21 Main 

Weymouth Calvin H. overseer, G. F. M. Co. h. Prospect hill 
White Edwin D. clerk, house Rollins' block, High 
White Samuel, watchman, B. & M. engine house 



120 GREAT FALLS [W"Y] DIRECTORY. 

White William, foundryman, house Washington 
Whitehouse Andrew, G. F. M. Co. house 5 Elm 
Whitehouse Henry, carpenter, G. F. M. Co. house Broad 
Whitehouse Enoch, grocer, Franklin, house do. 
Whitehouse Jacob, house Brickyard road 
Whitehouse Samuel D. brick maker, house Pine 

Whitehouse , laborer, house Green 

Whittemore Thomas R. (Whittemore & Emery) washing 

machines, High, h. Orange. 
Whitten Abby Mrs. house Franklin 
Whittier Jeremiah stone mason, house Prospect 
Wiggin James, G. F. M. Co. boards 12 Broad 
Willey Jeremiah, G. F. M. Co. house Green 
Williams Joseph, G. F. M. Co. boards 20 Main 
Wilson Joseph, laborer, house Franklin [house High 

Wingate D. paints, oils, and glass, High, opp. Buffum's block, 
Wingate Jonathan, laborer, house Myrtle 
Winn Charles H. clerk, boards Broad [Buffumsville 

Winn Geo. S. paymaster, Buffum's Woollen Mills, house 
Winn James A. travelling agent, h. Sullivan, Berwick side 
Wimpfheimer A. (Wimpfheimer A. Bro. & Co.) dry goods, 
Wimpf heimer Charles, fancy goods, Wakefield building, bds. 

15 Elm [G. F. Hotel 

Wimpfheimer Nathan (A. Wimpfheimer, Bro. & Co.) boards 
Wimpfheimer A., Bro. & Co. (Nathan & Marx Wimpf hei- 
mer & H. A. Hayes,) dry goods, 12 Central buildings, 
Wood Arabella Mrs. house Washington [Main 

Wood John, G. F. M. Co. boards 17 Elm 
Woodman True William, grocer, nearly opp. M. E. Church, 

High, house Pleasant 
Woodman Wellen W. clerk, T. R. Woodman's, High, boards 

Woodman's, Pleasant 
Woodward James J. watches, clocks, jewelry, and fancy goods, 

Central square, h. Prospect, cor. Mt. Vernon 
Worster Charles H., G. F. M. Co. house Janvrin's Hill 
Wright Charles W. (Wright & Co.) h. cor. Prospect & Linden 
Wright & Co. (Charles W. Wright, W. C. Hamblett, C. A. 

Blood), flour, grain, &c. rear B. & M. R. R., Market 
Wyman Francis O., Hubbard, Canney, & Co.'s, Main b. Main 

VOUNG EDWARD A., G. F. M. Co. house Green 
Young George, laborer, house Berwick side 
Young Geo. W., G. F. M. Co. house Green 
Young Ira F. (Young & Fullerton), groceries, house Water 
Young James G. attorney and ins. agent, Market, h. Linden 
Young J. B., Horn's saw mill, house Buffumsville 
Young Joseph C. laborer, house Green 
Young Richard, moulder, S. M. Co. house Union 
Young & Fullerton (Ira F. Young and John H. Fullerton), 
groceries, fish, &c, Green 



BUSINESS DIRECTOKY 



OF GEEAT FALLS. 



Agricultural Stores. 

Seavey S. Augustus, 24 Market 
Tebbets & Brother, 20 Market, corner 
Bridge ' 

Apothecaries. 

Goodwin J. J., 8 Central Buildings, Main 
Jones 0. M. & Co., 11 Central buildings, 

Main 
MOORE GEORGE, 26 Market, 

See advt. p. 195 
Nason Wm. W., High, opposite G, F. 

Hotel 

Architect. 

Twombly Samuel, High, corner Noble 

Artist. 

Drew A. L. Mrs., High, opposite Great 
Palls Hotel 

Auctioneers. 

Shapleigh James B., Wakefield's build- 
ing, Central square 

Hill J.G., High opposite Great Falls 
Hotel 

Baker. 
POOLE J. M., High 

See advt. p. 196 

Bill Poster. 

Noyes J. F., oflice Journal ofiice, High 

Billiard Saloons. 

GREAT FALLS HOTEL 

See advt. p. 194 
Locke Charles A., High 

Blacksmiths. 

Merrick Wm. D., Washington 
Challia 1 1 a, Prospect 

Books and Stationery. 

THWING A., 2 Central buildings. 

See advt p. 193 
Lothrop D. & Co., 8 Central buildings 
Main 

Boots and Shoes. 

Bates John W, Blue Store, Market 

sQuare 
Bates & Le Gro, Central buildings, 

Main 
Bryant Starr D„ 34 Main 
FOYE FREDERICK, 1 Fore 

See advt. p. 192 
Grant DanielgElm, corner High 
Hill J. G., Market square 
O'Brien Neil S., Main 
Nute Bros., manufacturers, Berwick 

side 
SMILIE JOHN A., 4 Main 

See advt. p. 194 

Botanic Medicines. 

Gorham Henry W., Orange 
Stacy Abel, Elm| 



Boarding Houses. 

Beacham Olive Mrs., 29 Main 
Blake Susan Mrs., 27 Main 
Conner Emily Mrs., 22 Main 
Drew Mary A. Mrs., 14 Main 
Grant Lizzie Mrs., Court 
Hill Hannah Mrs., 12 Main 
Jackson Jane Mrs., 31 Main 
Lord Enoch Mrs., 30 Main 
Merrow Hattie Mrs., 21 Main 
Morrison Laura Mrs., 4 Broad 
O'Counell Catherine Mrs., 13 Main 
Ross Abby Mrs., 15 Main 
Whitehouse Mary Mrs., 33 Main 

Butchers. 
Smith Bros., Lincoln square 

Carriage Manufacturer. 
Merrill Josiah, Berwick side 

Cigar Manufacturers. 
Leach R. H. Market square n 

QuimbyD.W., High 

Clergymen. 

Canavan Patrick, Main, n. Cathedral 

church 
Carter Clark, Orthodox 
Chase N. L., Methodist, house Main 
Kling Wm. H., Baptist, High 
Smith J. T., Free Will Baptist, Green 
Dunning C. U., Methodist, Highland 

Clothing Dealers. 

Hill, J. G., Market square 
Lothrop D. & Co., Central square 
Vesehoff H.,3 Central building. Main 

Confectionery. 

Marshall C. E. & Co., (manufacturers), 
Brackett's block Berwick side 
Coffin Warehouse. 
SPENCER ALV1N B., Berwick side 

See advt. p. 192 
"Dentists. 
Guttman Julius, Wakefield's buildings, 

Central sq. 
Shapleigh Orln Q. 24 Market 

Deputy Sheriff. 

Bracey William L. Central sq. 

Doors, Sashes and Blind*. 

Home, Clark &Co„ Berwick side 
HUBBARD, CANNEY & CO., foot ef 
Market See advt. p. 197 

Mitchell & Chick, Berwick side 

Dressmakers. 

Ford Sarah Jane, High 
Gray Jennie, Central building 
Harmon C. A. Mrs., Washington 
Johnson Julia, High, opposite Great 

Falls Hotel 
Lougee Georgie Miss, High 
Say ward Mary H. Mrs., 12 Elm 
Smith Addie, Miss, Market square 
Wallingford C. W. Mrs., Green 
Wessinger Abbie Miss, 6 Elm 



122 BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF GREAT FALLS. 



I>ry Goods. 

Bartlett C. E. & Co., Market 

Bates M., Son & Co. 9 Central building, 
Main 

Carter C. P. & Brother, 28 Market 

Chick S. S. & Co., 6 Central buildings, 
Main 

Wendell Geo. W. , High 

Wimpfheimer A., Bros. & Co., 12 Cen- 
tral building, Main 

Drugs and Medicines. 

MOORE GEORGE, 26 Market 
Goodwin Loyd, A. 8 'Central buildings 
See advt. p. 195 
Jones C. M. & Co., Central buildings 
Nason William W., High, opp. G. F. 
Hotel 

I>ye House. 

Watson Geo. E., corner Market and 
Linden 

Expresses. 

CANNEY & CO., Market 

See advt. p. 195 
Bagley & Co., Main, near Central sq. 

Fancy Goods. 

Andrews & Randall, Misses, High, cor. 

Lincoln square 
Brackett 0. J., Market square 
Coleman I. S., High, opposite M. E. 

church 
MOORE GEO. 26 Market 

See advt. p. 195 
Perkins 0. A. Mrs., High 
SMIL1E JOHN A. 4 Main 

See advt. p. 194 

Flour and Grist Mill. 

WRIGHT & CO., rear B. & M. R. R. 
depot, Market See advt. p. 198 

Flour and Grain. 

Lougee Amos, Market 
Martin John, High 

WRIGHT A CO., rear B. & M. R. R. 
depot, Market See advt. p. 198 

Fruit, Confectionery, «fcc. 

Coleman I. S., High, opposite M. E. 
church 

Horn George H., High, opposite Pros- 
pect 

Leach H. C, Main, nr. Central sq. 

Furniture Dealers. 

SANBORN & WATSON, 27 Market 

Seeac^..p.l96 

Groceries and W. I. Goods. 

Andrews Elisha jr., Washington 
Bagley John A., Green, cor. Franklin 
BICKFORD J. T. & CO., Franklin, 

under M. E. church 

See advt. p. 196 
Blaisdell Charles., Berwick side 
Ulake Charles F., Elm 
Clark W. D., Berwick side 
Farnham O. L. & Co., Franklin, corner 

Union 
FARRAR WM. H. & SON, High 

See advt. p. 198 
Gilman John L., Lincoln square 
Hurd Joshua, Buffumsville 
James Samuel, High, cor. Orange 
Lougee Amos, Market 
MOORE GEORGE, 26 Market 

See advt. p. 195 



Plummer William, High, opposite M. E. 

church 
Robinson John F. & Co., Berwick side 
Shapleigh J . W., Green 
Woodman True Wm., nearly opp. M. 

E. church 

Hairdressers. 

Jenness C. B., first door from G. F. 

hotel 
Peavey J. F., cor. High and Main 
Ricker N., Central buildings 
Smith Edward, High, corner Beacon 

Hardware. 

HODSON BROS, 29 Marketl 

See advt. p. 198 
Seavey S. Augustus, 24 Market 
Tibbets & Brother, 20 Market, corner 
Bridge 

Harness Makers. 

Hatch Sylvanus, High 
Richards Geo. J~ High 
Stevens Alvin W., High 
Ward Parker L., 1 Market 

Hats, Caps and Furs. 

Bates John W. & Co., Central buildings, 

Main 
Pinkham Edward J., 3 Fore 

Ho op skirt Manufactory. 

Gray J. M., Miss, Central buildings, 
Main 

Hotels. 
Granite State House, Robert H. Hussey 
GREAT FALLS HOTEL, O. A. Frost, 
High See advt. p. 194 

Maine Hotel, T. W. Wentworth, Ber- 
wick side 

Insurance Agents. 
Cole Shubacl. Market, house Green 
PERKINS ENOCH, High 

Seevdvt. p. 198 
Wells & Eastman, G. F Hotel building 
YOUNG JAMES G., Market 

See advt. pp. 198 and 124 

Lawyers. 

Copeland W. J., Market 

Jordan Ichabod G., Market 

Knapp Wm. D., Wakefield building, 

Central 
Rollins Danl. G., Market 
Wells & Eastman, Great Falls Hotel 

building 
YOUNG JAMES G., Market 

See advt. pp. 198 and 124 

Iiivery Stables. 

Drew A. S., High, n. Gt. Falls Hotel, 
HANSON L. L. & CO. Green, cor. Wash. 
See advt. p. 194 
LordJJ. O., Orange 

machinists. 

HIGLEY EBEN, Linden, cor. Market 

See advt. p: 128 
SOMERSWORTH MACHINE COM- 
PANY, Main 

See advt. p. 197 

Mai ble Worker. 

EMERY J., Market, n. R. R. 

See advt. p. 197 

Meat and Vegetable Market. 

Smith Bros., Lincoln sq., cor, High, Elm 
and Fore 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF GREAT FALLS. 



123 



Milliners and Millinery Goods. 

Andrews & Randall, High, cor. Cross 
Johnson Julia, High, opp. Great Falls 

Hotel 
Jordan K. L. Mrs., 35 Main 
Lougee Gcorgie Miss, High, opp. M. E. 

church 
Mott Mary A., Mrs., High 
Mullen Kate E., High, nr. Orange 
Ricker Lydia, Miss, Fore A 

Watson A. J. Mrs., Market sq. 

Wotary Public. 

Perkins Enoch , High. See advt. p. 198 

Oyster &■ Refreshment Saloons. 

Giles S. S., Market sq. 
Greenwood L., 39 Main 

Painters and Glaziers 

Lougee John, Market, near R. R. 
Martin B. O., High, cor. Highland 
Wentworth H. & J„ High 

Newspapers, Periodicals, etc* 

Harmon & Bracy, Main, opp. B. & M. 

depot 
THW1NG A., 2 Central buildings 

See advt. p. 193 
Physicians. 
Roynton Oliver M., bds. Mrs. Hanson's, 

Market 

Conant , bds. Mrs. 3 Blake's, Elm 

Elliott Charles F., Prospect, nr. G. F. 

Bank 
Elliot Charles, Beacon 
Hamb let Lorenzo D ., 24 Market 
Hanson Jacob C, High, near Great Falls 

Hotel 
Hayes John A., Market sq. 
Jenkins Alvah, Pleasant 
Ross Jonathan S , Central bid. 
Swasey C. E„ Main 

Printer and Publisher. 

FERNALD E., " Great Falls Journal," 
office, High, cor. Beacon 

See advt. p. 193 

Provision Dealers. 

Clark W., Berwick side 

Hill 0. B., 18 Elm 

Hurd N. N., Fore, cor. High 

James Samuel, 2 Buffum's block, High 

Smith Bros. Lincoln sq. 



Real Estate Agent. 

YOUNG JAMES G., Market 

See advt. p. 198 and 124 
Restaurants. 

Andrews Abram P. , Spring 
Gordon Ezra, Main 
Reed John D., Berwick side 
Wentworth M.T., Wash. 

Sashes, Doors and Blinds. 
HUBBARD, CANNEY & CO., Market, 
near Bridge See advt. p. 197 

Shoe Bindings and Linings, 

Hersom & Co., Berwick side 

Stoves, Furnaces, TinJWare, &c 

Gilpatrick, H. C, High 
HODSON BROS., 29 Market 

See advt. p. 124 

Tailors (Merchant). 

Clarke JohnB., Market square 
Duffill Thomas, Green, cor. Wash. 
Swasey Joseph P., Market 
Vesehoft Henry, 3 Central building, 

Main 

Telegraph Office. 
Nason Wm. W., High, opposite Gt. Falls 

Hotel 

Tin Smiths and Sheet Iron 

Workers. 
Gilpatrick H. C, High 
HODSON BROS., 29 Market 

, See advt. p. 124 
Undertakers, 
HillWm., jr., Green 
SPENCER ALVIN, Berwick side 

See advt. p. 192 
Variety and Fancy Goods Store. 

BAYLES WM.H.,30 Main 
PERKINS ENOCH, High 

See advt. p. 198 

Watches. Jewelry, &c. 

Chandler A. F., 5 Central bldg. 
Woodward, James J., Central sq. 

Wheelwright. 
Merrill J., Berwick side 

Wool Pullers. 
txjersom & Co., Berwick side 



DEAIV DUDLEY & CO. 

No. 8 Congress Square, Boston, 
PUBLISHERS OF 

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BOSTON ANNUAL BUSINESS DIRECTORY, AND MAP OF 
BOSTON AND ADJACENT CITIES ; BRISTOL COUNTY 
DIRECTORY AND HISTORY; DIRECTORIES OF CAM- 
BRIDGE, MASS; CONCORD, N.H.; DOVER, GREAT 
FALLS, AND ROCHESTER, N. H.; BROOKLINE 
AND JAMAICA PLAIN, MASS.; WEYMOUTH, 
QUINCY, & BRAINTREE, MASS., AND MAP: 
RICHMOND, VA.: AND OTHERS. 



illif SPAMS 

General Insiira!i€©Ig©ii€j 

Cash Capital Represented, over $75,000,000. 

For Security, Promptness, and Fair Dealing it is unrivalled by any 
NEW ENGLAND AGENCY. 






The attention of the public is called to the fact that I continue to 

issue Policies upon all Insurable Property at fair and 

equitable rates. I am controlled by 

NO COMBINATION OK ASSOCIATION 

to enforce unreasonable or exorbitant rates upon the public. Believing 
that Insurance, like all other legitimate business, is susceptible to a fair 
competition, I shall act upon that principle, and furnish Insurance at 
rates based upon the merits of the risks in every case. 

MANUFACTURERS, MERCHANTS, FARMERS, AND BUSINESS MEN 

in general, will find it for their interest to call upon or correspond with me 
before insuring elsewhere. 

I am agent for the following Companies, which for Stability, Liberal 
Adjustment and Prompt Payment of Losses, are surpassed by no Com- 
panies in this country. 

FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES. 



Franklin, of Philad. Assets, $3,009,888.24 
Phenix, of Brooklyn, „ 1,831,013.47 

Roger Williams, of Prov. „ 436,732.91 
Republic, of New York, „ 719,237.55 

Putnam, of Hartford, „ 706,937.73 

National, of Bangor, Cash Cap. 300,000.00 
First National, Worcester, Assets, 333,446.40 



People's, of Worcester, Assets, $939,227.00 



Independent, of Boston, 
Firemen's, of New York, 
Hanover, of New York, 
Germania, of New York, 
Exchange Ins. Co, Boston, 



„ 631,725.18 
446,279,64 
„ 729,399.84 
„ 4 4 055,936.11 
„ 300,000.00 



LIFE INSURANCE COMPANIES. 



Mutual Life, New York, Assets, $46,000,000 
Continental, of Hartford, ,. 3,000,000 



Travelers' Life & Accident, Assets, 1,150,000 
J. Hancock Mut. Life, Boston, „ 3,000,000 



W In addition to the business of General Insurance, particular 
attention is paid to writing Deeds, Mortgages, Wills, Bills of Sale, 
Leases of Stores, Tenements, and Farms. 

All kinds of Law Blanks and U. S. Internal Revenue Stamps 
on hand and for sale in quantities to suit purchasers. If you have any 
business in my line please call and satisfy yourself. 

Insurance against Lightning, as well as Fire, can be effected in the 
same Policy in the best Stock Companies, without additional cost. All losses 
promptly settled at this agency, or wheie the fire occurred, without cost to 
the insured. 

Hi^ If you have a Policy expiring, call on, or write to 

JAMES G. YOUNG, Agent & Att'y. 

POST OFFICE BUILDING, GREAT FALLS, N. fl. 

Or to E. A. CRAWFORD, Solicitor. 



TOWN REGISTER OE GREAT FALLS. 



Town Officers, 1871—72. 

Modekatok.— William Pitt Moses. 

Town Clerk.— Charles M. Dorr. 

Selectmen.— David H. Buffum, John 
A. Bagley, Thomas G. Jameson, Owen 
W.Davis, Moses C. Swain. 

Auditors.— Daniel G. Rollins, Charles 
E.Bartlett. 

Superintendent Streets.— Charles 
S. Jones. 

Constables.— William B.Martin, Dan- 
iel W. Quimby, Hiram S. Heard, Jacob 
Whitehouse, Ivory L. Wentworth. 

Surveyors of Wood and Lumber.— 
Samuel D. Whitehou-e, Benjamin F. 
Hili. Jesse R. Home, Thomas G. Jame- 
son. 

Weighers of Hay.— Moses C. Russell, 
William W. Nason, Luther L. Hanson. 

Field Drivers— Jacob Whitehouse, 
Edmund K. Short, Nathaniel L. Wal- 
lingford. 

Pound Keeper— David R. Legro. 

Overseer of Poor.— William B. 
Martin. 

Police Officers. -Daniel W. Quimby, 
Chief; Ivory L. Wentworth, George 
Stevens. 



PTJBMC SCHOOIiS. 

Superintending Schgol .Com- 
mittee. 
J. A. Bagley M. C. Burleigh 

I. Chandler R. Eastman 

J. M. Tebbets 

HIGH SCHOOL, Prospect Hill. 
James P Dixon, Principal. 
Mrs. Vinie H. Pierce, Assistant. 
No. pupils, 78. 

GRAMMAR SCHOOL, Prospect Hill. 
William H. Farrar, Principal. 
Miss Marianna Hanson, Miss Ruth A. 
Hurd, assistants. 
No. pupils, 144. 

FIRST PRIMARY, Grand Street 
Miss Mary S. Ham, 56 pupils. 

FIRST PRIMARY, Green Street. 
Miss M. J. Sleeper, 58 pupils. 
SECOND PRIMARY, Orange Street. 
Miss Clara A. Perkins, 71 pupils. 

SECOND PRIMARY, Green Street. 
Miss Lucie A. Wentworth, 59 pupils 

THIRD PRIMARY, Orange Street. 
Miss Issbella M. Stevens, 65 pupils. 

THIRD PRIMARY, Union Street. 
Mrs. Emma H. Blood, 98 pupils. 



FOURTH PRIMARY, Orange Street. 
Miss Hattie A. Lufkin,85 pupils. 

FOURTH PRIMARY, Union Street. 
Miss Ella J. Plummer, 95 pupils. 

PRIMARY, Prospect Street. 
Miss Angenette Stickney, 89 pupils. 

PRIMARY, New Dover. 
Miss Emma L. Thompson, 43 pupils. 



CHURCHES. 

FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH 

High Street. Organized January, 1827. 

Rev. Clark Carter, Pastor; Samuel Rol- 
lins, Clerk; O. B.Morse, Jared Hub- 
bard, Daniel Hodgdon, Wardens; 
Warren Hamblet, Supt. Sunday 
School; P. S. Ward, Sexton. 

FIRST .EVANGELICAL BAPTIST 
• CHURCH. 

High Street. 
Rev. Henry W. Kling, Pastor; O. H. 
Lord, Clerk; M. C. Burleigh, E. Har- 
grave, H. C. Gilpatrick, C. Watson, 
Committee ; C. E. Goodwin, Treasurer j 
C. E.Goodwin, Supt. Sunday School. 

METHODIST ^EPISCOPAL CHURCH. 

High Street. Organized 1826. 
Rev. C. U. Dunning, Pastor; George S. 
Bates, Clerk. 

METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH. 

Main Street. 
Rev. N.L. Chase, Pastor. 

FIRST FREE WILL BAPTIST 
CHURCH. 
Green Street. 
J. F. Smith, Pastor; Uriah Blaisdell, 
Deacon; O. M. Dorr, Clerk; A. W. 
Stevens, Geo. Clough. J. G. Young, 
Wardens; John Tebbetts, Supt. Sab- 
bath School. 

FIRST ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. 
Rev. Patrick Canavan, Priest. 



Manufacturing Companies, etc. 

GREAT FALLS MANUFACTURING 
COMPANY. 
Incorporated 1823. Present capital, 

$1,500,000. 

Geo. Wm. Burleigh, Agent. 

G. W. Bean, Supt. 

Otis B. Morse, Principal machinist. 

Wm. P . Moses, Paymaster. 

E. W. Randall, Asst. Paymasier. 

The Company have six Mills, contain- 
ing 92,000 Spindles and 2200 Looms. Man- 
ufacture plain Cotton cloth from 28 
inches to 59 inches in width. Yarns, from 
14 to 40. Sheeting, Shirting, Drilling 
Cloth, Drills, Flannels and Bags. Em- 
ploy 1,800 hands, males and females; use, 



126 



TOWN REGISTEER OF GREAT FALLS. 



10,000 Bales of Cotton per annum, from 
which is made 14,500,000 yards of cloth. 
There is also a bleachery belonging to 
said Company, which is now in opera- 
tion, with a capacity of bleaching three 
tons of goods per day. The bleachery is 
run by Messrs. N. W. Farwell <fc Son of 
Lewiston, and is under the charge of Mr. 
K. W. Moses. Employs about 34 hands, 
and pays out monthly, for labor and ma- 
terial, more than $2000. 

SOMERSWOKTH MACHINE CO. 

Incorporated 1847. Present capital 
$100,000 

M. C. Burleigh, Agent. 
O. H. Lord, Treasurer. 
M . C . Russell , Paymaster. 

C. A. Scruton, Principal machinist 
John Drew, Foreman of Foundry. 
G. B. Hooper, Clerk. 

The Company have two Foundries, one 
at Great Falls, employing 50 men, en- 
gaged in the manufacture of Mill Ma- 
chinery, Castings, Gas Works, Pipe, 
&c. The other at Salmon Falls, employs 
about the same number of hands, and 
manufacture stoves whollv. There is 
also a machine shop connected with the 
works at Great Falls in which 25 or 30 
men are employed, manufacturing 
Looms, Spoolers, and Cotton Machinery 
generally. (See advt. p. 197.) 

GREAT FALLS WOOLEN CO. 

Incorporated 1863. 

D. H. Buffum, Agent and Treasurer. 
George S. Winn, Paymaster. 

Employ about 100 hands, eight sets of 
machinery on Fancy Cassimeres, Re- 
pellants, and Flannels, and use about 
300,000 pounds of wool. 

GREAT FALLS GASLIGHT CO. 

Incorporated 1854. Capital $45,000. 

M. C.Burleigh, Nath. Wells, David H. 
Buffum, George W. Burleigh, James 
M. Tibbetts, Directors. George W. 
Burleigh , Clerk and Treasurer. 

The Gaslight Company supplies with 
Gas all the Mills, the Town Street 
Lamps, most of the Stores, and many of 
the dwellings in the Village. 

UNION PLANING MILLS. 

Market Street, near Bridge. 
Hubbard, Canney & Co., Proprietors. 

Employ 20 hands, manufacture Sashes, 
Doors, Blinds, Boxes, Frames, Mould- 
ings, and all kinds of wood work for 
buildings. Have a large shop with every 
variety of machinery. (See advt. p. 197) 

NUTE BROS. SHOE MANUFACTORY. 
Berwick side. 
The Messrs. Nute Bros. Manufacturers 
of Shoes, have a factory capable of em- 
ploying 50 or 60 men and women. Their 
rooms are fitted up with the most im- 
proved machinery, run by a steam en- 
gine. 

MARSHALL »&CO.'SJ CANDY MANU- 
FACTORY. 
Formerly Bracket & Co. 
Berwick side. 



Manufacture hard candies. Employ a 
capital of about $20,000, and do a large 
business in the States of Maine, New 
Hampshire and Massachusetts. 

HERSOM'S FACTORY. 
Berwick side. 
Employ 25 to 35 hands— with a capital 
of $80,000, and do a large business in 
wool-pulling, and the finishing of shoe- 
bindings. 



BA1VKS. 

SOMERSWORTH NATIONAL BANK. 

Organized June, 1865. 
Capital $100,000. 
Oliver H. Lord, President; Samuel S, 
Rollins, Cashier; Geo. W. Wendell, 
Royal Eastman, Owen W. Davis. 
Henry C. Gilpatrick, E. A. Tebbetts, 
Stephen S. Chick, Directors. 

Business meeting of the Directors on 
Monday of each week. 

THE GREAT FALLS NATIONAL 
BANK. 

Market Street, corner of Prospect. 

Incorporated 1846. Re-organized 1865. 
Capital, $150,000. 

Nathaniel Wells, President; Joseph A. 
Stickney, Cashier; Nathaniel Wells, 
Micajah C.Burleigh, William Bedell, 
Isaac Chandler, George W. Burleigh, 
David H. Buffum, Albert A Perkins, 
Directors. 

Discount day, Monday. 

THE SOMERSWORTH SAVINGS 
BANK. 

Market Street, corner Prospect . 
Incorporated 1845. 

Micajah C. Burleigh, President; Daniel 
G. Rollins, Nathaniel Wells, Vice 
Presidents; Joseph A. Stickney, Sec- 
retary and Treasurer; Oliver H. Lord 
Royal Eastman, David H. Bufium 
Charles E. Bartlett, George Wm. Bur- 
leigh, Albert A. Perkins, Isaac Chan- 
dler, Trustees. 



RAIIiROADS. 

BOSTON & MAINE RAILROAD. 
Depot, Main Street. 

Francis Coggswell, Andover, President; 
Amos Blanchard, jr. Boston, Treas.; 
W T m. Merritt, Somerville, Superin- 
tendent; Francis Coggswell, Andover, 
E. G. M. Hale, Haverhiil, John Bick- 
ford, Dover, Amos Paul, South New 
Market, N. White. Lawrence, Peter 
T. Homer, G. C. Lord, Boston, Direc- 
tors; C, E.Goodwin, ticket-master at 
Great Falls. 

PORTSMOUTH, GREAT FALLS, AND 

CONWAY RAILROAD. 

Depot and Superintendent's Office, 

Market Street. 
This road is now in connection with 

the Eastern Railroad. Distance from 

Brock's Crossing to North Conway, 70 

miles. 



TOWN REGISTER OF GREAT FALLS. 



127 



George M. Browne, Boston, President; 
John B. Parker, Boston, Treasurer; 
A. A. Perkins, Great Palls, Superin- 
tendent; W. H. Hackett, Portsmouth, 
Clerk; George M. Brown, Benjamin T. 
Reed, Boston, Ichabod Goodwin, W. 
H. Y. Hackett, Portsmouth, George 
W. Burleigh, Great Falls, Directors. 



SOCIETIES, &C. 

[Advertisement.] 

Masonic, Odd Fellows, 

Knights ©f Pythlias, 

AND 

Temperance Society 

REGALIA. 

Military and Theatrical 

GOODS, 

Gold and Silver Laces, Braids, Cords 
Fringes, Tassels, Buttons, Stars, &c 
Masonic Books, Charts, Engravings. 

POLLARD & LEIGHTON, 

]Vo. 104 Tremont Street, 

BOSTON, MASS. 



LIBANUS LODGE, NO 49, GREAT 
FALLS, N. H. 

H.Ansel Hayes, W. M.; James G. 
Young, S. W.; Charles M. Dorr, J. 
W.; Robert L. Ham, Treasurer; Eras- 
tus A. Crawford, Secretary; John A. 
Tebbetts, S. D.; Edgar B. LeGro, 
J. D.; Stephen S. Chick, Marshal; 
Rev. Henry W. Kling, Chaplain; Sam- 
uel Davis, S.S.; David Wingate, J. S.; 
Elihu H. Quimby, Tyler; John A. 
Tebbetts, Representative. 

Grand Army of the Kepnhlic. 

LITTLEFIELD POST NO. 8, GREAT 
FALLS, N. H. 

Organized March 18, 1868. 
Officers 1871 . 
William Pitt Moses, Commander; Kirke 
W. Moses, Sen. Vice Commander; 
Lysander R. Mayo, Jun. Vice Com.; 
Edgar B LeGro, Adjutant; Charles J. 
Richards, Quartermaster; J. S.Ross, 
Surgeon; E. J. Deland, Chaplain: 
Noah S. Brown, Sergt. Major; Jared 
P. Hubbard, Q. M. Sergt.; Clarence 
L. Chapman, O.D.; Charles Wimpf- 
heimer, O. G. 

Manufacturers' and Village 
library. 

Rooms over Post Office, Market Street. 
Incorporated 18!5. 
E.J. Randall, Librarian. Number of 
volumes, 1871, 6000. 



I POST OFFICE. 

Royal Eastman, Post Master; E. B. 
White, G. F.Cowell, Assistants. 



PORTLAND AND ROCHESTER R,R. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. 

On and after Wednesday, Aug. 16, 1871, and until further notice, trains will run in con- 
nection with trains over the P. G. F. & Conway, Dover and Winnipisseogee, Boston & Maine 



and Eastern Railroads, as follows 
Trains Leave for Rochester and Boston. 





No. 3. 


No. 4. 


No. 6. 




A.M. 


P.M. 


P.M. 


Portland 


7.30 


1.45 


6,15 


Morrill's 


7.40 


1.55 


6.27 


Cumberland Mills 


7.47 


2.02 


6.35 


Saccarappa 


7.51 


2.06 


6.43 


G orb am 


8.02 


2.17 


6,55 


Buxton Ceutre 


8.16 


2.31 


7.15 


Saco River 


8.24 


2.39 


7.25 


Hollis Centre 


8.30 


2.45 




Centre Waterboro 


8.40 


2.55 




South Waterboro 


8.48 


3.03 




Altred 


5.58 


3.13 




Springvale 


9.08 


3.23 




East Lebanon 


9.27 


3.42 




East Rochester 


9.36 


3.51 




Arrive at Rochester 


9.50J 


4.05§ 





* Connects with the 1120 A.M. train for 
Milton, Union, and Wakefield. Also with 
the 10.35 train for Farmington, New Durham, 
and Alton Bay. Also with the morning trains 
for Boston on the Rastern and Boston and 
Maine Railroads. 

t Connects with 4.10 P.M. train on the 
Eastern and 4.35 P.M. train on the B. & M. 
Railroad for Boston. 



Trains Leave for Portland. 





No. 1. 


No. 2. 


No. 5. 




A.M. 


A.M. 


P.M. 


Rochester 




7.40* 


6.40f 


East Rochester 




7.54 


6.54 


East Lebanon 




8.04 


7.04 


Springvale 
Alfred 




8.24$ 


7.24 




8.36 


7.36 


South Waterboro 




8.48 


7.48 


Centre Waterboro 




9.05 


7.56 


Hollis Centre 




9,15 


8.06 


$aco River 


5.30 


9.21 


8.12 


Buxton Centre 


5.40 


9.30 


8.22 


Gorham 


6.00 


9.42 


8.37 


Saccarappa 


6.12 


9.54 


8.49 


Cumberland Mills 


6.20 


9.59 


8.54 


Morrill's 


6.28 


10.05 


9.00 


Arrive at Portland 


6.40 


10. i5 


9.10 



* Connects with Down trains on the D. & 
W. and P. G. F. & Conway roads from Alton 
Bay, New Durham, Farmington, Wakefield, 
Union, and Milton. 

t Connects wiih the train leaving Boston 
at 3.00 P. M. on the Boston & Maine and 
Eastern Railroads. 

t Connects with steamer at Portland for 
Boston. 

Freight train with Passenger car attached, leaves Rochester for Portland, at 12.20 P.M., 
and connects with the stage from Limerick, Newfield, Parsonsfield, and Ossipee, Monday 
Wednesday, and Friday. , 

Stages Connect as follows. At Gorham for West Gorham, Standish, East Lim- 
ington, and North Litnington, daily. At Buxton Centre, for West Buxton, Bonnv Eagle, 
and Limiugton, daily. At Waterboro Centre, for Limerick, Newfield, Wakefield, Parsons- 
field and Ossipee, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. Returning alternate days. At 
Centre Waterboro, for Limerick and Parsonsfieid, daily. 

Arrangements have been made to carry Freight to and from all stations on the Eastern 
Railroad, and Boston and Maine Railroad and their branches, at rates corresponding with 
those of the above roads. 

A DISCOUNT of 5 cents from the regular Tariff rates will be made on all tickets pur- 
chased at the office. THOS. QUINBY, Superintkndent. 



128 



GREAT FALLS ADVERTISEMENTS. 



* H1©&1¥ 



t> 



MACHINIST, 





CORNER OP MARKET AND LINDEN STS. 

(Opposite Conway Freight House,) GR. FALLS, JV.jB. 

Manufacturer of all kinds of Machinery to order. 

Merrill's Patent Carpenter's Bench Hooks. Higley's Improved Cutters and 
Arbors for Confectioners, Skates, Tools, &c. 

Gas, Steam, and. Water Piping-, 

Done to order, and at short notice. 
Particular attention paid to Repairing of sfil kinds, such as Guns, Locks, Pumps, Mowing 
and Sewing Machines, Pegging Machines, Key fitting, &c. 

Persons having work of any kiud in my line should not fail to call before going elsewhere. 
All orders in or out of town promptly attended to. 

EBE1V DT. HIGIiEY. 




29 MARKET ST. 

GR. FALLS, N. H. 

DEALERS IN 

STOVES, 



'* 



AND 



HARDWARE, 



At wholesale and retail, of the best kinds, and in great variety. 

Tin Roofing, Brass, Copper, and Sheet-Iron Work. 

Of every description, done in a satisfactory manner. 
B^~ Orders for Goods or Work in or out of town promptly attended to. _^J 
BROOMS AND BRUSHES AT WHOLESALE. 

David Hodsdon. Cyrus H. Hodsdon. 



ROCHESTER DIRECTORY. 

1871-2. 



STREETS, ETC., IN ROCHESTER. 



Arrow, from Union to Bow 

Autumn, from Wakefield 

Belknap Square, at junction Walnut, Elm, and Pound 

Bow, from Central Square to intervale 

Bridge, from Market to Cocheco 

Charles, from Bow 

Chestnut, from Cocheco 

Cocheco, from Cocheco Square 

Cocheco Square, junction of Elm, Pine and Cocheco 

Common, from Common to Pleasant 

Cove Court, easterly from Elm 

Dover, from Charles to Common 

Elm, from Bridge, towards Ten-Rod road 

Factory Court, from Market 

Grove from Main to Portland 

Hanson, from Central Square to R. R. Depots 

Jackson, from Elm 

Knight, from Main to Charles 

Liberty, from Main to Liberty Square 

Liberty Square, junction Charles and Liberty 

Lincoln, from Main to Pound 

Maple, from Elm 

Maine, from Central Square to brook 

Market, from Central Square to Bridge 

Mulberry, from Vale to Charles 

Mulberry Square, junction of Mulberry and Charles 

Myrtle, from Bow to Charles 

Norway Place, from Wakefield 

Park, from Elm to trotting park 

Pine, from Cocheco Square 

Portland, from Railroad Avenue 

Pound, from Lincoln to Common 

Railroad Avenue, from Main to Portland 

Shamrock Court, from Market 

Quinn, from Myrtle 

Union, from Market to Wakefield 

Wakefield, from Central Square to Milton 

Walnut, from Belknap Square 

Wentworth, from Main 

Winter, from Main 

:Note— The Common of five acres is at the junction of Main and Common streets 



KOCHESTER DIRECTORY. 

[ Lists for Gonic and East Rochester annexed.] 



ABBREVIATIONS. 



Ave. avenue; b, or bds. boards; bik. block; 1 bldg. building; e. or cor. corner; 
tt. court; h. house; opp. opposite; ir. near; r. rear; CM. (Jo. Cocheco Manuf. 
Co.; R. R. railroad; sqr. square; st. street; U. S. N., United States Navy. 

After the name of a street the word "street" is omitted; the name of a cor- 
poration occurring immediately after the name of a person signifies the place of 
business of that person. 

Abbreviations in Rochester Directory. — N. P, Co., Norway Plains Co.; G. M. 
Co., Gonic Manufacturing Co.; C. W. M. Co., Cocheco Woollen Manufacturing Co.; 
P. & R. R., Portland and Rochester Railroad. 



ABBOTT JOHN H. farmer, Back road 
Allen John, shoemaker, Wakefield 
Apple Isaac, N. P. Co., Union 
Austin David, shoemaker, Summer 
Avery Solomon D. farmer, Ten-Rod road 

BARKER BENJAMIN, flour & feed store, market, h. do. 
Beede Eli, farmer, Meaderborough road 
Beecher John Mrs. nurse, house Arrow 
Bell James, N. P. Co. house Autumn 

Bemis , shoemaker, house Charles 

Benson Horace, engineer P. & R. R. R. boards at Dodge's 

Hotel 
Beso Charles, shoemaker, house Factory ct. 
Benton Stephen, shoemaker, Winter 
Bi'ckford Charles W. trader, house Market 
Bickford Daniel, farmer, Ten-Rod road 
Bickford George, farmer, Meaderborough road 
Bickford John, farmer, Ten-Rod road 
Bickford J. K. farmer, Meaderborough road 
Bickford James, farmer, cross road from Ten-Rod 
Billings John, shoemaker, house Lincoln 
Bingham John, laborer, house Bow 
Bird Charles F. grocer, boards Portland 
•Bird Charles F. Mrs. dry goods and groceries, 6 McDuffeVs 

Block 
Blackman Chas. B. freight agent, B. & M. R. R. Summer 
Blaisdell, Lydia Mrs. house Bow- 
Blake Albert, shoemaker, Common ( 
Blovin David, N. P. Co. house Shamrock ct. 
Boston James W., N. P. Co. house Shamrock ct. 
Boston Walter S. currier, house Lincoln 



132 ROCHESTER [C] DIRECTORY. 

t 

Brackett Cyrus, shoemaker, Jackson 

Brackett B. H. Miss, Jackson 

Bradley Charles W. shoemaker, Portland 

Bradford George, farmer, Summer 

Braham Michael, laborer, Main 

Brannon Frank, tanner, house Wentworth 

Braun Lewis, hairdresser, Wentworth's block, boards Union 

Brewster Tobias G. shoemaker, Walnut 

Brock Elijah, farmer, Meaderborough road 

Brock John F. truckman, house Main 

Brock Nicholas, farmer, old Dover road 

Brock Stephen, carpenter, h. Elm 

Brock Stephen M. carpenter, house Elm 

Brock Stephen W. carpenter, house Charles 

Brown Charles W. grocer, Main, house do. 

Brown Nathaniel C. shoemaker, Hanson 

Brown James, farmer, Dock road 

Brown James, farmer, New Durham road 

Brown Thomas, ticket master, G. F. & C. R. R. h. Charles 

Bulger James, tanner, house, Market 

Burke Patrick, laborer, house Main 

Butman Augustus, shoemaker, Barrington road 

Burnham Nathaniel (N. Burnham & Son), h. Jackson 

Burnham Nathaniel & Son (Thomas E.) grocers, Market, 

opp. Dodge's Hotel 
Burnham Place, farmer, old Dover road 
Burnham S. H. dining and billiard saloon, Hanson, boards 

Dodge's Hotel 
Burnham Thomas E. (N. Burnham & Son) bds. Jackson 

CAIRNES JAMES, N. P. Co. house Shamrock ct. 

Cairnes Stewart, N. P. Co. Shamrock ct. 

Calef Alphonso, shoemaker, Cocheco 

Calef John, farmer, Cross road near Walnut 

Calef Alphonso D., N. P. Co. Cocheco sq. 

Calef Allston E. shoe manufacturer, (Wentworth & Calef), h. 

Charles 
Calef John S. farmer, Page road 
Campeau Michael A. harness maker, house Portland 
Canovan James, farmer, house Factory ct. 
Carroll Michael, N. P. Co. house Bow 
Carroll Owen, N. P. Co. house Factory ct. 
Caverly Charles, shoemaker, house Lincoln 
Caverno Patrick, N. P. Co. house Market 
Chadborne Andrew, mason, house Elm 
.Chadborne A. J. mason, house Elm 
Chadbourne George, N. P. Co. house Market. 
Chamberlain Enoch, farmer, Cross road 
Chamberlain Moses, farmer, Cross road 
Chappell Thomas F. engineer, P. & R. R. R. bds. Dodge's 

Hotel 



ROCHESTER [D] DIRECTORY. 133 



Chase , laborer, house Portland 

Chase Charles K. dry goods, hats, caps, &c. Central sq. house 

corner Cove ct. 
Cheney Charles, shoemaker, house Main 
Chesley Edward, farmer, Hussey road, near Pound 
Chesley James C. farmer, Back road 
Chesley John E. farmer, Hussey road 
Chick John F. tailor, Feineman's, house South Berwick 
Clark Charles, harness maker, h. Wentworth 
Clark James Mrs. boarding house, Pine 
Clark S. farmer, Cross road, near Main 
Clark Sylvester, farmer, Barrington road 
Clifford William, N. P. Co. Cocheco sq. 
Colby Allstpn C. shoe manufacturer (Wentworth & Colby), 

house Charles 
Colby Stephen, carpenter/house Cocheco 
Colby William, spinner, house Jackson 
•Collins Patrick, laborer, house Charles 
Collins James, N. P. Co. house Bow 
Copp John, laborer, house Autumn 
Corson George, expressman, house Market 
Cotter Edmund, K P. Co. house Market 
Cotter Edmund, house Factory ct. 
Crockett John, farmer, old Dover road 
Cross Richard, paper hanger, house Main 
Cullen A. laborer, house Bow 

DAME AMASA, N. P. Co. house Pound 

Dame Amasa, spinner, house Jackson 

Dame Charles H. shoemaker, house Jackson 

Dame Charles H. farmer, old Dover road 

Dame Daniel, carpenter, house Pine 

Dame Henry, N. P. Co. house Union 

Dame Joseph, farmer, Union 

Dame Joseph A. truckman, h. Union 

Dame John B. carpenter, house Pine 

Dame Levi L., N. P. Co. house Elm 

Dame Silas H. truckman, house Union 

Davis Charles O. engineer, P. & R. R. bds. Dodge's Hotel 

Davis Lewis B. shoemaker, house Cocheco 

Davis & Meader, merchant tailors, Main, opp. Bank 

Davis John G. engraver, R. R. Avenue 

Davis T. C. tailor (Davis & Meader), house Main 

Demeritt Charles M. carpenter, h. Walnut 

Demeritt, Paul J. farmer, Ten Rod road 

Dennet Charles, house Main 

Deland Stephen R. farmer, Elm 

Dodge's Hotel, Central Square, Mrs. J. T Dodge. 

Dodge Thorn J,, Dodge's Hotel, Central sq. 

Doe Ira, shoemaker, house Market 



134 ROCHESTER [E"P] DIRECTORY. 

Doe Moses, N. P. Co. h. Union 

Doe Samuel, jobber, h. Wentworth 

Doherty William, hairdresser, h. Main 

Dorman Nathaniel, physician, h. Walnut 

Dow Enoch, physician, house Main 

Downing Dennis Mrs. farmer, Great Falls road 

Downing John H. shoemaker, h. New Durham road 

Drew George A. farmer, Flat Rock road 

Durgin George S. shoemaker, house Charles 

Duntley J. L. shoe manufactory, R. R. Block 

Dyer Eben S. grocer, Hanson, h. do. 

Edgerly Addison -C./N. P. Co. house Market 

Edgerly James H. carriage manuf. Main, house do. 

Edgerly Samuel, conductor, P. & R. R. R boards Dodge s 

hotel 

Edgerly Thomas H. carriage manuf. Main, house do. 
Ela Jacob H. farmer, house Bow 
Ela Wendell P. stoves, tin ware, &c. Market, boards Hon. J. 

H. Ela's, Bow 
Elliot James, N. P. Co. house Market 
Elliot Robert, N. P. Co. house Factory court 
Elliot Stephen, N. P. Co. house Market v 

Elliot William, N. P. Co. house Market 
Ellis Benjamin, laborer, Portland 
Ellis J. Mrs. laborer, Portland 
Ellis Walter B. laborer, Pound 
Emery Ira, farmer, house Common 
Emerson Micajah D. shoemaker, house Elm 
Estes Charles, farmer, Meaderborough road 
Estes John, farmer, Meaderborough road 
Evans Charles M. shoemaker, Elm Street 
Evans J. D. shoemaker, Elm Street 
Evans Jeremiah D. boots and shoes, Hanson's block, Central 

square, house Elm 
Evans Solomon, farmer, house Wakefield 
Evans Thomas H. farmer, Meaderborough road 
Evans William, farmer, house Meaderborough 

FALL LORENZO, shoemaker, house Bow 

Fall Thomas, farmer, Old Dover road 

Farrington James, physician, house Wakefield 

Farrington Joseph K. dentist, office Central square, house 
Main street 

Farrington J. S. dentist, Portland 

Farrington Walter F. druggist, McDuffee's block, house Main 

Feineman Frederick, clothing dealer, McDuffee's block, Cen- 
tral square, house Myrtle # 

Felker Francis, shoemaker, Cocheco 

Felker Samuel, miller, Cocheco 



ROCHESTER G"H] DIRECTORY. 135 

Flanders John, carpenter, house Wentworth 

Flood , jobber, house Wentworth 

Folsom Charles M. publisher " Rochester Courier," Hanson, 

house Walnut 
Folsom David J. shoemakgr, Belknap 
Folsom John A. shoemaker, Elm 
Foss Alonzo, farmer, Cross road from Ten-Rod 
Foss Andrew W. farmer, Dry Hill road 
Foss Charles, laborer, Meaderborough road 
Foss George W. farmer, Meaderborough road 
Foss Isaac A. farmer, Crown Point road 
Foss James F. mason, Union 

Foss , farmer, Crown Point road 

Foss Richard H. farmer, Dry Hill road 

Foss Solomon, farmer, Crown Point road 

Foye Patrick, laborer, house Pine 

Furber John, trader, house Wakefield 

Furber Sarah J. Miss, fancy goods, Wentworth's block, house 

Wakefield 

GALE AMOS, farmer, Back road 

Gale Fernando, farmer, Cross road 

Gear A. S. H. house Charles 

Gerrish E. T. Mrs. farmer, Chestnut Hill road 

Giles Charles, N. P. Co. house Bow 

Gilman Andrew, (J. S. Gilman & Son) house Autumn 

Gilman J. S. & Son, butchers, Hanson 

Gilman J. S. (J. S. & Son) house Hanson 

Gills Frank, N. P. Co. house Wakefield 

Glidden Enos, tinman, Walnut 

Glidden Enos L. tinsmith, house Walnut 

Goodwin Asa, farmer, Cross road 

Goodwin Frederick, tannery, house Winter 

Goodwin & Hubbard, painters, R. R. Block 

Goodwin Wentworth, boxmaker house Wakefield 

Gowitt J. 0. farmer, Meaderborough road 

Graham James, N. P. Co. house Cocheco 

Gray John, farmer, Crown Point road 

Gray Orrin W. farmer, Crown Point road 

Greenfield Charles, farmer, Wakefield 

Greenfield John, farmer, Wakefield 

Greenfield John Mrs. house Wakefield 

Grimes , laborer, Jackson ) 

HALL BURLEIGH, blacksmith, house Elm ] 

Hall Dyer P. shoemaker, Charles 

Hall Dyer P. farmer, Cross road 

Hall John, farmer, Neck road 

Hall John, farmer, Back road 

Hall John, farmer, Elm 



136 ROCHESTER [H] DIRECTORY. 

Hall Joseph Mrs. farmer, Old Dover road 

Hale Harrison, farmer, Market 

Hammet Charles, shoemaker, Wentworth 

Hammet Ephraim, medicines, Wentworth 

Ham David F. farmer, Dry Hill road 

Ham Jonathan, farmer, Hussey road 

Ham Joseph W. farmer, Neck road 

Hannagan Patrick, laborer, h. Common 

Hanneth Owen, tanner, h. Lincoln 

Hanson John O. farmer, Old Dover road 

Hanson James T. farmer, Old Dover road 

Hanson Lewis, cabinet maker, Central square, h. do. j 

Hanson Sarah E. widow, house Elm 

Hartford Benjamin P. farmer, Wakefield 

Hartford Charles, shoemaker, house Common 

Hart Daniel K. shoemaker, Knight 

Harney Edward, shoe cutter, house Charles 

Harriman Lydia, house Main 

Hartigan Patrick, laborer, Factory court 

Hart S. S. trader, house Wakefield 

Hart William, farmer, Dry Hill road 

Haskell William H. soap maker, Summer 

Hayes Albert W. hardware, &c. Central square, boards Main 

Hayes Charles F. shoemaker, Wakefield 

Hayes David, shoemaker, house Main 

Hayes Dudley W. farmer, Neck road 

Hayes F. C. Mrs. millinery and dressmaking, Wentworth's 

block, house Railroad avenue 
Hayes George, butcher, house Main 
Hayes George, meat market, Central square 
Hayes George, N. P. Co. Union 
Hayes George H. farmer, house Market 
Hayes Henry B. baggage master, E. R. R. h. Wakefield 
Hayes James, shoemaker, house Factory court 
Hayes John S. shoedresser, house Walnut 
Hayes John W. carpenter, Cocheco 
Hayes James D. farmer, Back road 
Hayes Joseph N. farmer, Neck road 
Hayes John S. shoemaker, Walnut 
Hayes John W. shoemaker, Walnut 
Hayes Moses Mrs. house Central square 
Hayes Richard, farmer, Hussey road 
Hayes Stephen F. farmer, Back road 
Hayes S. F. Mrs. millinery, R. R. Avenue 
Hayes Watson, Mrs. house Main 
Hayes Zenas, butcher, Hanson 

Henderson Charles, variety and periodical store, Market, h. do. 
Henderson David, farmer, New Durham road 
Henderson Daniel M. farmer, Dock road 
Henderson James D. farmer, Cross road 



ROCHESTER [H] DIRECTORY. 137 

Henderson William, carpenter, Elm Street 

Henderson William A. carpenter, house Elm 

Henman Thomas C. printer, house Elm 

Henson Walter, N". P. Co. house Bow 

Higgins James, farmer, Meaderborough road 

Hurd Joseph D. carpenter, house Main 

Hickey John, N. P. Co. house Cocheco square 

Hodgdon Charles, farmer, Walnut 

Hodgdon Charles A. stage driver, bds. Dodge's hotel 

Hodgdon Edmund, ins. agent, Elm 

Hodgdon Edwin P. insurance agent, house Charles 

Hodgdon Mary E. Mrs. house Market 

Hodgdon William, machinist, house Wakefield 

Hodgdon W. B. K. Miss, Market 

Holmes Eliza, widow, Union Street 

Holmes John R. trader, Union Street 

Home Albert, shoemaker, house Main 

Home Benj. farmer, Old Dover road 

Home Benjamin shoemaker, house Main 

Horne Gershom H. farmer, Old Dover road 

Home Jessie, farmer, Old Dover road 

Horne Thomas, shoemaker, house Market 

Horne Veromus, shoemaker, house Market 

Horne Wilbur F. watchmaker and jeweller, 4 McDuffee's 

block, house Summer 
Howard Clarence, shoemaker, Dock road 
Howard Clarence, stonecutter, h. New Durham road 
Howard Elbridge, shoemaker, Meaderborough road 
Howard G. N. shoemaker, Meaderborough road 
Howard Horatio, shoemaker, Summer 
Howard Job, farmer, Dry Hill road 
Howard John H. farmer, Dry Hill road 
Howard John O. stonecutter, Cocheco 
Howard Richard, farmer, Dry Hill road 
Howard Walter, shoemaker, house Central square 
Howard William, farmer, house Dry Hill road 
Howe Augustus, currier, house Wentworth 
Howe George W. shoemaker, house Lincoln 
Howe Jonathan, farmer, house Old Dover road 
Howe John B. blacksmith, Hanson, house Market 
Howe Parker F., N. P. Co. house Bow 
Howell James, shoemaker, house Bow 

Howell , N. P. Co. house Myrtle i 

Hoyt Frank, expressman, house Wakefield 

Hoyt James, house Wakefield 

Hoyt Phineas, farmer, house Wakefield 

Hubbard Joshua, stonecutter, house Bow 

Huddleston Moses, boarding, house Bow 

Hunt Patrick, N. P. Co. house Factory court 

Huntress James, carpenter, house Elm lg 



138 ROCHESTER [J] DIRECTORY. 



Huntress , carpenter, house Cove court 

Hurd Moses, farmer, house Main 

Hurd George, N". P. Co. house Bow 

Hurd George W. Jr. farmer, h. Meaderborough road 

Hurd Henry, 1ST. P. Co. house Autumn 

Hurd James, farmer, house Main 

Hurd Judith, widow, N. P. Co. house Summer 

Hurd John, laborer, Wakefield 

Hurd Patience, widow, house Wakefield 

Huse Patrick, tanner, house Wentworth 

Hussey Charles P., N. P. Co. house Elm 

Hussey Charles P. farmer, house Elm 

Hussey George D. farmer, house Hussey road 

Hussey George S. farmer, Pound 

Hussey Jonathan J. farmer, house Barrington road 

Hussey Paul, farmer, house Hussey road 

Hussey Silas Jr. stonecutter, house Main 

Hussey William, shoemaker, house Cocheco 

Hussey Walter S. overseer Poor Farm, Ten-Rod road 

JACKSON ASA, laborer, house Hanson 

Jackson Charles, shoemaker, house Hanson 

Jackson Frank, shoemaker, house Hanson 

Jackson George, shoemaker, house Hanson 

Jackson James, farmer, house Old Dover road 

Jackson Joseph A. clerk, house Jackson 

Jackson Joseph A. sea captain, house Jackson 

Jackson William Mrs. house Main 

Jenness Charles, laborer, house Elm 

Jenness George M. shoemaker, Elm, 

Jenness James M. shoemaker, house Common 

Jenness Moses, farmer, h. Meaderborough road 

Jenness Noah, shoemaker, Pound 

Jenness Paul, farmer, Meaderborough road. 

Jenness Stephen, farmer, Pound 

Jenness Stephen, shoemaker, house Common 

Jenness William, farmer, Crown Point road 

Jenness William, farmer, Dry Hill road 

Jenness William R. shoemaker, Elm street 

Jenkins Charles, farmer, Meaderborough road 

Jenkins Charles E. carpenter, house Bow 

Jenkins Elijah, farmer, Meaderborough road 

Jenkins Jeremiah, farmer, Meaderborough road 

Jocke Michael, N. P. Co. house Shamrock Court 

Jones Charles A., N. P. Co. house Union 

Jones David P. shoemaker, Portland 

Jones Francis, shoemaker, Portland 

Jones John H. boots, shoes, &c. Wentworth's block, h. do. 

Joues William A. truckman, Portland 



ROCHESTER [K~L~M] DIRRCTORY. 139 

KENNEY WILLIAM, laborer, Cove court 

Kenny Patrick, K*. P. Co. house Shamroek court 

Keggean Edward, laborer, house Charles 

Key James A., N. P. Co. house Bow 

Keyes James R., N. P. Co. Pound 

Kneeland James, N. P. Co, house Mulberry 

Knight Caroline Miss, teacher, house Main 

Knight Mary Miss, teacher, house Main 

Kellen Thomas, K P, Co, house corner Bow and Myrtle 

Kimball Ephraim, farmer, Meaderborough road 

Kimball Edwin, shoemaker, house Pine 

Kimball J. E. farmer, houses Chestnut Hill road 

Kimball M. Y. Mrs. house Main 

Kimball William, farmer, house Summer 

Kimball William K. trader, house Wakefield 

LANE MORDECAI W, carpenter, house Walnufc 

Lane Winthrop L. carpenter, house Walnut 

Legro David, bricklayer, house Elm 

Legro David, mason, house Elm [house Main 

Legro John, clocks, &c, Wentworth's block, Central square, 

Leader Thomas, N, P, Co. house Cocheco square 

Leary Patrick, laborer, house Bow 

Leighton George, farmer, house Ten-Rod road 

Libbey Paul, farmer, house Old Dover road [Autumn 

Linsay George S. music dealer, McDuffee's Block, h 9 

Locke James, farmer, house Meaderborough road 

Locke James, shoemaker, house Elm 

Locke James M. shoemaker, house Cocheco square 

Logan Johnson, N", P. Co. house Bow 

Lougee Isaac W physician, house Wakefield 

Lyneh Patrick, N. P. Co, house Coeheeo square 

MAHONEY WILLIAM, tailor, Summer 

Mason Frank C. mason, house Charles 

Mason George E. farmer, Barrington road 

Mason William, shoemaker, Common 

Mathews Eben J. insurance agent, house Wakefield 

Mallett Charles S. shoemaker, house Wakefield 

Marcot Joseph, boot maker, house Factory court 

Massack J. S. groceries, &c. Central square, house corner 

Charles, and Knight 
Mansion House, Main, S. H. Wentworth 
Mathes Stephen Mrs., Wakefield 
Meeader Asa, farmer, Meaderborough road 
Meader Daniel, farmer, Meaderborough road 
Meader Edward, farmer, Meaderborough road 
Meader Ephraim K. farmer, Meaderborough road 
Meader George, laborer, Pine 
Meader Hanson, shoemaker, house Lincoln 
Meader J. J. (Davis & Meader), house Main 



140 ROCHESTER [M] DIRECTORY. 

Meader Obed T. farmer, Meaderborough road 

Meader T. farmer, Meaderborough road 

Meserve Bidfield, farmer, Old Dover road 

Meserve Seth, machinist, N. P. Co. house Main 

Meserve S. M. Y., N. P. Co., R. R. avenue 

Metter Jona W. farmer, Meaderborough road 

Mitchell Jessa. currier, house Common 

Mithree Philip, hairdresser, boards Union 

Moore Frank D. engineer, P. & R R. R. bds. Dodge's hotel 

Morrill Jedediah, C. R. R. house R. R. avenue 

Moulton George, baker, house Bow 

Moulton Stephen, carpenter, Hanson, house do. 

Murray John, farmer, Back road 

McDuffee Calvin, shoemaker, Portland 

McDuffee Dana, Elm 

McDuffee Dana H. carpenter, Elm 

McDuffee Daniel, butcher, house Elm [Charles & Liberty 

McDuffee Frank (J. McDuffee & Co.), banker, house corner 

McDuffee George A. shoemaker, Elm 

McDuffee Jacob, farmer, house Elm 

McDuffee John, & Co. (Frank), bankers, Central square 

McDuffee Jane, and Mary, misses, New Durham road 

McDuffee James, farmer, New Durham road 

McDuffee James, farmer, Dock road 

McDuffee Jabez, shoemaker, Elm 

McDuffee John, banker, Wakefield 

McDuffee Mrs. shoemaker, Neck road 

McDuffee , shoemaker, Elm 

McDuffee , P. & R. expressman, Elm 

McDuffee Lewis, farmer, Back road 

McDuffee Noah, shoemaker, house Pine 

McDuffee Richard, butcher, Central square 

McDuffee Richard, Sen., Ten-Rod road 

McDuffee Richard, meat market, Central square, h. Wakefield 

McDuffee Sarah J. Mrs. boarding house, Elm 

McDuffee Seth F., N. P. Co. Union 

McDuffee Thomas Mrs., New Durham road 

McCrillis Andrew, carpenter, house Cocheco 

McCrillis James, shoemaker, house Cocheco 

Mcllroy Robert, supt. N. P. Co. house Wakefield 

Mcllroy James, N. P. Co. house Shamrock Court 

Mcllroy K. L., N. P. Co. Elm 

Mclntire Franklin, shoemaker, Charles 

Mclntire Hezekiah, shoemaker, Elm 

Mclntire Hezekiah, shoemaker, Cove 

Mclntire Peter, tanner, house Lincoln 

McMullen , pedler, house Elm 5 

McNall Peter, tailor, house Common 
McQuade Andrew, laborer, Common 
McShane Frank, shoemaker, house Bow - 



ROCHESTER [N~0~P] DIRECTORY. 141 

NELSON KINTON, N. P. Co. Shamrock court 

Newell D. C. farmer, Meaderborough road 

Nichols James F. farmer, Cross road, near Portland 

Noland Patrick, N. P. Co. Meaderborough road 

Nute Nicholas, shoemaker, house Pine 

Nute Zenas, carpenter, house Charles 

Nutter Addison, carpenter, house Cocheco square 

Nutter Alphonso, shoemaker, house Elm 

Nutter Alphonso J. carpenter, house Charles 

Nutter George, farmer, house Autumn 

Nutter Isaac, farmer, Crown Point road 

Nutter Joseph, brickmaker, Common 

Nutter Leonard, farmer, honse Autumn 

Nutter Nathan, shoemaker, house Bow 

Nutter William, farmer, Chestnut Hill road 

Nutter William, farmer, Dry Hill road 

Nutter Zenas, carpenter, house Bow 

O'BRIEN CORNELIUS, conductor, P. & R.R. bds. Dodge's 

hotel 
Orr Francis, N. P. Co. house corner Bow and Myrtle 
Osgood Arthur, shoe cutter, house Charles 
Otis Jethro, shoemaker, house Elm 
Otis Job, farmer, Meaderborough road 
Otis John, painter, house Wentworth 
Otis John, farmer, Meaderborough road 

PAGE BENJAMIN MRS. farmer, house Page road 

Page Daniel, farmer, house Walnut 

Page James, farmer, house Meaderborough 

Page Moses, farmer, house Portland 

Page Samuel, farmer, house Meaderborough 

Page Samuel F. carpenter, house Meaderborough 

Palmer George, truckman, house New Durham road 

Palmer George F., N. P. Co. house Main 

Parker George W. painter, house Autumn 

Parsons D. J. lawyer, Central square, h. Wakefield 

Parsons Lyman, carpenter, house Charles 

Parsons John S. stonecutter, house Elm 

Parsons John S. shoemaker, house Elm 

Parsons Samuel J. lawyer, Central square, h. Wakefield 

Patch Benjamin, shoemaker, house Cocheco 

Pendexter George, N. P. Co. house Union 

Peno Joseph, farmer, h. Cross road from Ten-Rod 

Pearl George, shoemaker, house Summer 

Pearl George A. farmer, house Dry Hill road 

Pearl George 0. farmer, house Dry Hill road 

Pearl Gilman A. farmer, house Dry Hill road 

Pearl Jona. laborer, house Meaderborough road 

Pearl John, laborer, house Meaderborough road 



142 ROCHESTER [Q~R,] DIRECTORY. 

Pearl Jonathan, farmer, house Summer 
Peaslee Elijah, laborer, house Meaderborough road 
Pearsons Goss, farmer, house Old Dover road 
Pearsons William H. farmer, house Old Dover road 
Peabody E. W. carpenter, house Pine 

Philbrook , house Portland 

Philemon S. Henry, carpets, McDufFee's block h. Bow 

Pickering John, shoemaker, house Charles 

Pickering Leander, carpenter, house Wentworth 

Pickering Thomas, mason, house Wakefield 

Pickering Thomas A. accountant, house Main 

Pinckley John, shoemaker, house Main 

Pinkham Wells, farmer, house Cross road from Ten Rod 

Pirie James, merchant tailor, Market, opposite Dodge's hotel, 

house Wakefield 
Pitcher John W. dry goods, McDufFee's block, h. Wakefield 
Plummer Gershom, N. P. Co. house Wakefield 
Plummer John, fish market, house Hanson 
Plummer Jonas, farmer, house Chestnut HilTroad 
Pollock, Roht., N. P. Co. house Union 
Poulliotte Noclese, shoemaker, house Hanson 
Pratt Joseph H. farmer, h. Meaderborough road 
j Pray John W. dentist, 1 J McDufFee's block, bds. Dodge's hotel 
Pugsley Frank, farmer, house Dry Hill road 

QUINN CORNELIUS, laborer, honse near Lincoln 
Quinn John, mason, house Quinn 

RAMSDELL DAVID, N. P. Co. house Summer 

Rand Bickford, farmer, house Crown Point road 

Rand William, grocer, boards Dodge's hotel 

Randall Horace, shoemaker, house Lincoln 

Randall Jeremiah, farmer, h. Cross road from Wakefield 

Randall Jeremiah J. farmer, Cross road from Wakefield 

Reardon Dennis, N. P. Co. house Bow 

Reroitzer Enos, shoemaker, house Winter 

Reynolds Patrick, laborer, house Hanson 

Richardson Ephraim, boarding house, house Main 

Richardson Geo. F. ticket master, B. & M. R. R. h. Summer 

Richardson M. A. Mrs. millinery, and fancy goods, 4 

McDufFee's block, house Summer 
Roberts Henry K. farmer, house Dock road 
Roberts Herman, shoemaker, h. Wakefield 
Roberts Henry K. farmer, h. New Durham road 
Roberts John L. farmer, h. Dock road 
Roberts John L. farmer, h. New Durham road 
Roberts John R. farmer, house Main 
Roberts John W. grocer, Central square, h. Cove court 
Roberts Mary Y. Miss. h. Cocheco square 
Roberts Rhoda, widow, h. New Durham road 



ROCHESTER [g] DIRECTORY. 143 

Roberts Samuel, Jr. farmer, h. New Durham road 
Roberts Thomas, farmer, h. Dock road 
Roberts William J. farmer, h. Dock road 
Roberts William J. farmer, h. New Durham road 
Rollins Eli, shoemaker, house Main 
Robinson John, shoemaker, h. Lincoln 
Robinson Martha H. Mrs. h. Elm 
Robinson Mary, widow, boarding house, h. Summer 
Robinson M. widow, boarding house h. Elm 
Rogers Daniel, farmer, h. Ten Rod road 
Rogers Daniel J. farmer, h. Ten-Rod road 
Rogers George, shoemaker, h. Wakefield 
Rogers Patrick, tanner, h. Wentworth 
Rogers Richard, farmer, h. New Durham road 
Rogers Richard T. farmer, h. Dock road 
Rogers Samuel, farmer, h. New Durham road 
Rowel Hiram, boots and shoes, Wentworth's block, Central 
square, house Portland 

SALINGER ISIDORE, dry goods, 2 McDuffee's block, 

house Main 
Sampson Luther, farmer, h. Dock road 
Sampson Luther B. farmer, h. Walnut 
Sanborn C. K. lawyer, Central square, h. WakefieldJ 
Sanborn David, farmer, h. Gonic road 
Sanborn John W. shoemaker, Central square 
Sanborn Mary A. milliner, 3 McDuffee's block , 
Sanborn Noah J. laborer, house Elm 
Sargent Belton W. physician, Main, h. do. 
Sargent Zebediah, shoemaker, h. Main 

Scruton Stephen B. shoemaker, h. Elm v I 

Scruton Stephen B. shoemaker, h. Charles 
Seavey Jonathan T. farmer, h. Neck road 
Severance Levi, farmer, h. Walnut 
Seavey Mark, tinman, h. Summer 
Seavey Samuel, farmer, h. Neck road j 
Sherburne Henry, Mrs. house Pine 
Shivers Jane, widow, h. Summer 
Shorey L. W. shoemaker, h. Portland 
Simonds William R. horse trainer and veterinary surgeon, 

house Elm 
Skelley Michael, N. P. Co. h. Charles 
Sleeper Wesley, farmer, h. Wakefield 
Small Edward', shoemaker, h. Winter 
Smith Cyril C. harness maker, S. A. Smith's, h. Charles 
Smith Edward, heelmaker, h. Charles 
Smith Edward, harness maker, house corner Myrtle and 

Charles 
Smith James E. hack driver, house Cove court 
Smith James J. hats and caps, Central sqnare, boards 
Dodge's hotel 



14A ROCHESTER [T] DIRECTORY. 

Smith John, N. P. Co. house Market 

Smith John R. farmer, house Chestnut Hill road 

Smith Leonard W. farmer, house Cross road from Wakefield 

Smith Lewis, laborer, house Wakefield 

Smith Moody, farmer, house Cross road 

Smith Olive, shoemaker, house Wakefield 

Smith S. A. harness maker, house Ceutral square 

Smith Timothy, laborer, house Chestnut Hill road 

Soane Patrick, N. P. Co. house Jackson 

Salinger Rudolph, clerk, boards Main 

Spinney Joseph, shoemaker, house Summer 

Springfield George, woollen mauuf. house Ten-Rod road 

Springfield Isaac "N. woollen manuf. house Main 

Springfield Isaac W. farmer, house Ten-Rod road 

St Clair John, N. P. Co. house Shamrock court 

Stackpole Geo. L. shoemaker, house Elm 

Stackpole George S. shoemaker, house Elm 

Stone H. M. clergyman, house Liberty 

Sullivan Jere. laborer, house rear Lincoln 

Swain Daniel, farmer, house Dry Hill road 

Swain L. carpenter, house Bow 

Swaysey Charles E. physieian, house Liberty 

TANNER SETH, jobber, house Wakefield 

Tasker Thomas J. farmer, Neck road 

Teague James, N. P. Co. house Jackson 

Teague Patrick, N. P. Co. Shamrock court "| 

Tebbetts Noah, lawyer, boards Liberty 

Thurston Henry, livery stable, house Main 

Thurrill John, tanner, house Lincoln 

Thompson Charles H. shoemaker, house Wentworth 

Thompson Daniel, shoemaker, house Portland 

Thompson John, N. P. Co. house Pine 

Thompson William R. shoemaker, Meaderborough road 

Tibbetts Edward, farmer, Cross road 

Tibbetts James, farmer, Old Dover road 

Tilton Reuben, lumber dealer, house Summer 

Tobin William, tanner, house Winter 

Torr John F. farmer, Chestnut Hill road 

Trickey Joseph Mrs. farmer, Great Falls road 

True Ezekiel, clergyman, house Elm 

True F. W. clergyman, house Elm 

Tufts Amos, carpenter, house Myrtle » 

Tufts Wilson G. carpenter, house Main 

Tuttle Israel, gardener, house Walnut 

Twombly Aaron Mrs., Ten-Rod road 

Twombly Allen, farmer, Back road 

Twombly Hamson, farmer, Back road } 

Twomblv Joseph, shoemaker, house Main 

Twombly John F. farmer, Ten- Rod road 



ROCHESTER [V"W] DIRECTORY. 145 

VARNEY CHARLES, shoemaker, h. Portland 
Varney George W. farmer, Old Dover road 
Varney George, farmer, Ten-Rod road 
Varney Samuel, shoemaker, house Wentworth 
Varney Samuel, F. auctioneer, house Charles 
Varney Stephen Mrs. boarding house, Main 
Varney Tamson Miss, New Durham road 
Varney Thomas G. shoemaker, house Bow 
Vickey William K. farmer, Chestnut Hill road 
Valleys John, B. & M. R. R. house Winter 
Varrity Joseph, N. P. Co. house Market 

WALDRON DANIEL, carpenter, house Cocheco 
Waldron Dudley, farmer, Ten-Rod road 
Waldron James, farmer, Ten-Rod road 
Wallace Edward, (Wallace Bros.), shoe manuf. Main, h. do. 
Wallace Hiram, shoemaker, house Lincoln 
Walker Charles, farmer, Dock road 
Walker Charles F. farmer,New Durham road 
Walker George A. trader, house Elm 
Walker George A. laborer, house Elm 
Warren Clara A. dressmaker, Main, opp. M. E. church 
Warren James, clergyman, house Liberty 
Warren Joseph, shoemaker, house Wakefield 
Warren N. R. physician, office Central square, h. R. R. ave. 
Warren Omar B. shoecutter, house Liberty 
Warren Wilbur, shoe manuf. house Main 
Warburton James, N. P. Co., house^Liberty 
Watson Elihu H. farmer, Neck road 
Watson George D. farmer, Neck road 
Watson William H. laborer, house Cocheco square 
Webster Nathaniel, basket maker, house Pine 
Webster & Co., misses millinery, R. R. avenue 
Weeks Henry, shoemaker, Wentworth 
Wentworth Albert E. blacksmith, house Wentworth 
Wentworth .Andrew, carpenter, house Portland 
Wentworth Charles, farmer, Chestnut Hill road 
Wentworth Charles F., Dodge's saloon, Central square, h. cor. 
Market and Wakefield [shoe manufs. Wentworth 

Wentworth & Colby, (S. J. Wentworth & A. G. Colby), 
Wentworth Frank P. farmer, house Grove 
Wentworth George, shoemaker, house Wakefield 
Wentworth Harrison, baggage master, C. R. R., h. R. R. ave 
Wentworth Ira, farmer, Barrington road 
Wentworth John F. farmer, Neck road 
Wentworth James, shoemaker, house Wentworth 
Wentworth Jonathan, livery stable, Main 
Wentworth Jonathan, stable keeper, Main, house do. 
Wentworth Lewis, N. P. Co., house Union 
Wentworth Luther, farmer, house Elm 
Wentworth Martin B. blacksmith, house Wentworth 19 



146 ROCHESTER [Y] DIRECTORY. 

Wentworth O. F. Miss, dressmaker, Central square, bds. Main 

Wentworth Robert, farmer, Chestnut Hill road 

Wentworth Russell, shoemaker, boards Wentworth 

Wentworth Samuel, shoemaker, house Wakefield 

Wentworth Silas, livery stable, Wentworth, house do. 

Wentworth Silas J. shoe manufacturer, Wentworth, house do. 

Wentworth Stephen, carpenter, house Elm 

Wentworth Stephen F. clerk, house Main 

Wentworth Stephen A. J. carpenter, Hanson, house. Portland 

Wentworth S. H. proprietor Mansion House, Main 

Wentworth Thomas D. carpenter, house Elm 

Wentworth T. D. carpenter, house Elm 

Wentworth William, flour and grain, Main, near Mansion H. 

Wescott Morton, sewing machine, McDuffee's blk. h. Autumn 

White Charles, shoemaker, house Summer 

White Frank, stone mason, h. Summer 

White James, shoemaker, h. Pine 

White John, stonemason, h. Summer 

Whitehouse Enoch, ins. agent, h. Wakefield 

Whitehouse F. H. farmer, h. Neck road 

Whitehouse John, machinist, h. Elm 

Whitehouse John M. machinist, h. Elm 

Whitehouse Jonathan, farmer, h. Wakefield 

Whitehouse William Mrs. widow, h. Portland 

Whiteman James, N. P. Co. h. Market 

Whittemore A. J. photographer, Market, h. Charles 

Wigglesworth Wright, farmer, h. Back road 

Wiggin Lafayette, clerk, h. Wakefield 

Willard Charles, farmer, h. Cross road from Wakefield 

Willard Charles W. farmer, h. Cross road from Wakefield 

Willard Enoch, farmer, h. Chestnut Hill road 

Willey Abbie S. Mrs. house Elm 

Willey Enoch, farmer, h. Great Falls road 

Willey Moses W., N. P. Co. h. Elm 

Wilkinson Isaiah M. farmer, h. Wakefield 

Wilkinson Nancy J. Mrs. h. Elm 

Wilkinson William, laborer, h. Pine 

Wilkinson William H. laborer, h. Pine 

Wingate Charles, shoemaker, h. Elm 

Wingate John, shoemaker, h. Portland 

Wingate Lyman, shoemaker, h. Elm 

Worcester & Gaffhey, lawyers, office Market 

Worcester Joseph, lawyer, h. Charles 

Woodis Herman, shoemaker, h. Wakefield 

Wolf Simon, clerk, Feineman's, bds. Myrtle 

Wormwood James, carpenter, h. Portland 

Yeaton Charles, shoemaker, h. Pine 

Young Furber, farmer, h. Meaderborough road 

Young Joseph, N. P. Co. h. Union 

Young Nattie Mrs. house Main 

Young Richard K. farmer, h. Back road 



ROCHESTER [gONIc] DIRECTORY. 147 



GONIG. 

ABBOT JOHN, farmer, h. Great Falls road 
Allen James, teamster, h. Main 

BERRY HALL, farmer, h. Dover road 
Berry Stephen, laborer, h. Dover road 
Bickford Geo. W. farmer, h. Dover road 
Bickford Ira L. shoemaker, h. Dover road 
Bickford John W. washing machines, h. Main 
Bickford Patience, widow, h. Dry Hill road 
Bickford Samuel, farmer, h. Dover road 
Bickford Stephen, carpenter, h. Dover road 
Boyce James, G. M. Co. h. Main 
Brown Andrew J. laborer, Cross road 
Brown Dennis, G. M. Co. h. Main 
Burley Samuel, farmer, h, Dover road 
Buzzell Lyford, botanic physician, h. Main 

CARSON DAVID, shoemaker, h. Flagg road 
Chesley James, junk dealer, h. Dover road 
Chesley John, farmer, h. Main 
Cilley Sewall, farmer, h. Main 
Cilley Sewall J. carpenter, h. Main 
Clark Aaron, laborer, h. Main 
Clark Charles, farmer, h. Dover road 
dark Smith, farmer, h. Barrington road 
Clark Joseph, farmer, h. Dover road 
Cotton Sarah Ann, widow, h. Main 
Callomy Nehemiah, pedler, h. Main 
Caliomy Nehemiah Jr. shoemaker, h. Main 
Cookson John, farmer, h. Great Falls road 

DAGGETT NATHANIEL, shoemaker, h. Dover road 
Daggett Andrew, farmer, h. Dover road 
Dow Hugh R. machinist, h. Main 
Downs John, shoemaker, h.Dry Hill road 
Dudley Samuel, shoemaker, h. Dry Hill road 

ENGLAND MICHAEL, farmer, h. Dover road 

FELKER WM. H. farmer, h. Main 
Flagg Aaron, farmer, Flagg road 
Flagg Wm. W. farmer, Flagg road 
Fogerty Mathew, G. M. Co. h. Main 
Foss Andrew W. farmer, Dry Hill road 
Foss Charles, farmer, Dry Hill road 
Foss James, farmer, Dry Hill road 
Foss James N., G. M. Co. h. Flagg road 
Foss John, G. M. Co. h. Dover road 
Foss Lucy, widow, h. Dry Hill road 
Foss Richard, farmer, h. Dry Hill road 



148 ROCHESTER [GONIc] DIRECTORY. 

GARLAND JAMES, carpenter, h. Flagg road 

Garland Lewis, farmer, h. Flagg road 

Gale Wm. farmer, h. Great Falls road 

Gear Alex, blacksmith, h. Dover road 

Gear Gideon, farmer, h. Dover road 

Gray Enoch W. grocer, Main, h. do. 

Gray Joseph, stonecutter, h. Main 

Gary Orrin, stonecutter, h. Main 

HALL BENJAMIN R. farmer, h. Dover road 

Hall John, farmer, h. Dover road 

Hall John S. farmer, h. Great Falls road A 

Ham David F. farmer, h. Dry Hill road 

Ham Eliza, widow, farmer, h. Dover road 

Ham Jonathan, farmer, h. Main 

Ham Mary, widow, h. Main 

Ham Samuel, laborer, h. Dover road 

Ham Waldron, farmer, h. Dover road 

Hanson John, shoemaker, h. Dover road 

Hayes Benjamin F. farmer, h. Main 

Hayes Dudley W. farmer, h. Dover road 

Hayes John Mrs. h. Main 

Hayes Joseph O. farmer, h. Main 

Hayes James D. farmer, h. Great Falls road • 

Hayes James Y., G. M. Co. h. Main 

Hayes John F. farmer, h. Dover road 

Hayes Joseph, sawyer, h. Main 

Hayes Joseph N. farmer, h. Dover road 

Hayes Richard, farmer, h. Main 

Hayes Stephen E. stonecutter^ h. Great Falls road 

Hayes Theresa Mrs. farmer, h. Main 

Hartford Moses, teamster, h. Dover road 

Hill George, clergyman, h. Dover road 

Hill Lyman H. farmer, Barrington road 

Horn Lewis, G. M. Co. h. Dover road 

Howard William, farmer, Dry Hill road 

Howe Samuel, groceries and provisions, Main, h. Dover road 

Hurd Elbridge, G. M. Co. h. Main 

Hurd George W. farmer, h. Flagg road 

Hurd Isaac, carpenter, h. Dover road 

Hurd John W. farmer, h. Dry Hill road 

Hussey George, farmer, h. Main 

Hussey Paul, farmer, h. Main 

JOHNSON LYDIA A. widow, boarding-house, Main 

LEAVITT WILLIAM. C. Mrs. h. Dover road 
Locke Henry W. country store and post office, h. Main, 
Long John G. shoemaker, h. Great Falls road 
Lovejoy Azal, clergyman, h. Main 
Lyons John, P. & O. R. R. h. Main 



ROCHESTER [GONIc] DIRECTORY. 149 

McDUFFE GEORGE, farmer, h. Great Falls road 

McDuffee Lewis Mrs. Great Falls road 

Meader Levi, G. M, Co. h. Main 

Murray James, farmer, h. Great Falls road 

NUTE CAROLINE, widow, h. Main 

OSBORNE JAMES S. earthenware manufacturer, h. 

Dover road 
Osborne Eliza Mrs. h. Dover road 
Osborne John H. farmer, h. Dover road 
Otis Job, farmer, h. Barrington road 
Otis John, shoemaker, h. Barrington road 
Otis Frank, shoemaker, h. Flagg road 
Otis Munroe, shoemaker, h. Barrington road 

PARKER DAVID W. machinist, h. Main 
Pearl Azariah, farmer, h. Dry Hill road 
Pearl Gilman, farmer, h. Dry Hill road 
Place Charles, cabinet maker, h. Dover road 
Place James H. blacksmith, Main, h. do. 
Place Noah, shoemaker, h. Dover road 

QUIMBY JAMES, grinder, works Laconia, h. Flagg road 

RAMSBOTTOM WILLIAM, farmer, h. Great Falls road 

Richardson Bradley, depot master, h. Great Falls road 

Richardson Jeremiah, shoemaker, h. Great Falls road 

Richmond Benjamin, G. M. Co. h. Main 

Richmond Charles, laborer, h. Main 

Roberts Eliza Mrs. h. Main 

Roberts George, farmer, h. Dover road 

SANBORN HENRY, teacher, Barrington road 
Seavey Daniel, farmer, h. Dover road 
Seavey Jonathan T. farmer, h. Dover road 
Seavey Olive, w idow, h. Dover road 
Speak David, wool sorter, h. Dover road 
Swain Daniel, farmer, h. Dry Hill road 

TWOMBLY ALLEN, carpenter, h. Great Falls road 
Twombly Isaac H. farmer, h. Great Falls road 

VARNEY DOWNING, dry goods and groceries, Main, 

h. Dover road 
Varney John W. hotel Main 
Varney Philander, farmer, h. Dover road 
Varney Seth Mrs. h. Main 



150 ROCHESTER [e. ROCHESTER] DIRECTORY. 

WATSON ELIHU H. farmer, h. Dover road 
Watson George D. farmer, h. Dover road 
Wentworth Micajah, saw mill, h. Dover road 
Wentworth Susan, widow, h. Cross road 
Whipple John, shoemaker, h. Great Falls road 
Whitehouse Arthur W. clerk G. M. Co. bds. Main 
Whitehouse Charles S. agent G. M. Co. h. Main 
Whitehouse Jacob, laborer, h. Dover road 
Whitehouse John, G. M. Co. h. Main 
Whitehouse Nicholas, cashier G. M. Co. h. Main 

Whitten , laborer, h. Main 

Willand Enoch, farmer, h. Cross road 
Woodward Solon M. farmer, h. Dover road 

YOUNG JAMES, carpenter, h. Great Falls road 
Young John, farmer, h. Great Falls road 
Young Richard, farmer, h. Great Falls road 
Young Samuel, carpenter, h. Great Falls road 



EAST ROCHESTER. 

ABBOT WILLIAM P. farmer, h. Main 

BAKER CHARLES, laborer, h. Salmon Falls road 

Baker Jacob, laborer, h. Salmon Falls road 

Baker Joy, blacksmith, h. Main 

Barker George, blacksmith, h. Main 

Bennett William B. teacher, h. Milton road 

Blaisdell Eli, farmer, h. Main 

Blaisdell Joseph, truckman, h. Blaisdell 

Blaisdell John W. shoemaker, h. Blaisdell 

Blaisdell Wesley, shoemaker, h. Cocheco avenue 

Blaiso C. physician, h. Cocheco avenue 

Bocock Joseph, spinner, h. Main 

Bocock Richard, C. W. M. Co. h. Blaisdell 

CAROSY THOMAS, C. W. M. Co. h. Mill 

Carson Charles, farmer, h. Salmon Falls road 
Carson Willard, expressman, h. Milton road 
Chalmer David, C. W. M. Co. h. Canal 
Chesley Plumer, clergyman, h. Main 
Chalmers John, C. W. M. Co. h. Canal 
Clark Charles, farmer, h. Salmon Falls road 
Clark Sylvester, farmer, h. McCrillis j 

Corson James, farmer, h. Portland road 
Corson Samuel, farmer, h. Portland road 
Corson Benjamin, shoemaker, h. Milton road 
Corson George, shoemaker, h. Main 
Corson Horatio, millwright, h;Mill 
Crissell Robert, C. W. M. Co. h. Canal 



ROCHESTER [e. ROCHESTER] DIRECTORY. 151 

DAME , G. M. Co. h. Main 

Dame John, C. W. M. Co. h. Canal 
Driver Samuel, C. W. M. Co. h. Canal 

EMERSON SAMUEL, C. W. M. Co. h. Mill 

FARRAND JOHN C, C. W. M. Co. h. Canal 

Farrington Jeremiah A. (Walker & Farrington), h. Main 

Faunce Aaron, C. W. M. Co. h. Canal 

Faunce Wm. H., C. W. M. Co. h. Canal 

Firth Richard, C. W. M. Co. h. Mill 

Folsom Eben H. farmer, h. Portland 

Folsom William P. jeweller, h. Main 

Foster D. S., C. W. M. Co. h. Canal 

Fourdry John, C. W. M. Co. h. Mill 

Furbush Charles H. farmer, h. Blaisdell 

Furbush Eli, shoemaker, h. Main 

GARDNER FRED., C. W. M. Co. h. Canal 
Gerrish Alphonso, C. W. M. Co. h. Mill 
Goodwin Hiram, C. W. M. Co. h. Mill 
Goodwin Oliver, wool sorter, h. Mill 
Gotts Frank, C. W. M. Co. bds. Mill 
Greenwood Thomas,- C. W. M. Co. h. Canal 
Grant Sullivan, shoemaker, h. Cocheco avenue 

HADDRICK WILLIAM, C. W. M. Co. h. Canal 

Hall Asa, shoemaker, h. Portland road 

Hall John, Agent, C. W. M. Co. Cocheco avenue 

Hall Thomas, C. W. M. Co. h. Cocheco avenue 

Hall William, farmer, h. Portland road 

Harford Benjamin, C. W. M. Co. h. Main 

Harrington Larkin, C. W. M. Co. h. Main 

Hodgdon William, C. W. M. Co. h. Canal 

Hoit Thomas, fanner, h. McCrillis 

Home George, C. W. M. Co. h. Canal 

Hoyt Charles L., C. W. M. Co. h. Canal 

Hoyt Frank, C. W. M. Co. h. Canal 

Hoyt Lovey A. Mrs. boarding-house, Canal 

Hunter James, C. W. M. Co. h. Canal 

INGHAM SAMUEL, C. W. M. Co. h. Canal 
Ingham Thomas, C. W. M. Co. h. Mill 

JACOBS J. shoemaker, h. Portland road 
Jones Charles, teamster, Cocheco avenue 

KERSHOM EDWARD, C. W. M. Co. h. Mill 

LEE JAMES, C. W. M. Co. h. Canal 



152 ROCHESTER [e. ROCHESTER] DIRECTORY. 

MESERVE WALTER B., C. W. M. Co. h. Ca na l 
Moore William, C. W. M. Co. h. Canal 
McCrillis Joel, mason, h. McCrillis 
McCrillis George, farmer, h. Main 
McCrillis Thomas, painter, h. Mill 
McCrillis Elihu, C. W. M. Co. h. Main 
McCrillis John G. shoemaker, h. McCrillis 
McCrillis Lorenzo, C. W. M. Co. h. Mill 

NOYES TIMOTHY, shoemaker, h. Milton road 
Nute Daniel, farmer, h . Salmon Falls road 
Nute Andrew, farmer, h. Salmon Falls road 

PARKER CHARLES F., C. W. M. Co. h. Cocheco ave. 
Parshley Albert, farmer, h. Salmon Falls road 
Pearson Everett, C. W. M. Co. h. Cocheco avenue 
Pray Amasa, farmer, h. Salmon Falls road 
Pray Ezra, farmer, h. Salmon Falls road 
Pray Sylvester, carpenter, h. Main 

QUIMBY ALBERT, shoemaker, h. Main 
Quimby James, truckman, h. Main 
Quimby Larkin J. truckman, h. Main 

RATCLIFF WILLIAM, C. W. M. Co. h. Mill 

Riley Joseph, C. W. M. Co. h. Mill 

Richards Orrin, farmer, h. Main 

Roberts Asa,' farmer, h. Salmon Falls road 

Rogers Augustus, shoemaker, h. Main 

Roberts Samuel, farmer, h. Salmon Falls road 

SAYWARD J. & Co. (M. J. Downs), h. Main 
Shorey Ezra, farmer, h. Main 
Shorey Frank, expressman, h. Main 
Shorey John C. shoemaker, h. Milton road 
Shorey Nathaniel, farmer, h. Salmon Falls road 
Shorey Nathaniel, shoemaker, h. Portland road 
Shorey Simon P. millwright, h. Main 
Shorey Stephen, lumber dealer, h. Milton road 
Sylvester John, C. W. M. Co. h. Canal 

TAYLOR PRIESTLY, C. W. M. Co. h. Mill 

Thorpe Jabez, C. W. M. Co. h. Mill 

Tibbetts Asa, farmer, h. McCrillis 

Tibbetts Elijah, ticket master, P. & R. R. h. McCrillis 

Tibbetts Haley, farmer, h. Mill 

Tibbetts John W. livery stable, Main, h. do. 

Tibbetts M. Mrs. dressmaker, h. Mill 

Tucker George W. truckman, h. Main 



ROCHESTER [e* ROCHESTER] DIRECTORY. 153 

VARNEY ASA, shoemaker, h. Mill 
Varney Charles G. truckman, h. Main 
Varney Eben, shoemaker, h. Milton road 
Varney Moses, farmer, h. Mill 
Varney Sharrington, wheelwright, h. Main 

WALKER ABRAM, C. W. M. Co. h. Canal 

Walker James, (Walker & Farrington), h. Main 

Walker and Farrington, (James Walker & Jeremiah E.Farring- 

ton, dry goods and groceries, h. Main 
Wallingford B. farmer, h. Mill 
Wallingford Moses, farmer, h. Salmon Falls road 
Warburton Nathaniel, farmer, h. Salmon Falls road 
Wells Edward, C. W. M. Co. h. Canal 
Wells Elijah, C. W. M. Co. h. Mill 
Wentworth Benjamin, gardener, h. Main 
Willey Luke, carpenter, h. Mill 
Wingate Daniel, farmer, h. Salmon Falls road 
Wingate Joseph, saloon, h. Main 
Winn Andrew, C- W. M. Co. h. Blaisdell 

YOUNG THOMAS, sheoraaker, h. Cocheco avenue 



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render Kerosene non-explosive, awe? insure safety to life and property, 
is certainly worthy attention, and deserving of general adoption." 

The public are invited to examine this Lamp. Do not use an 
unsafe Glass lump in your house, when you can get an absolute 
Safety Lamp, that will not explode, that*will not give off bad odor, 
that will not break, that will give a light equal to two other 
lamps. 

Lamps for the Kitchen, Parlor, Study, for Churches, Public 
Halls, Factories, &c, &c, for sale by 

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CONCORD. N. H. 



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BOSTON ADVERTISEMENT. 



JANES MARTIN A SON 



MANUFACTURER OFS 

CAMP MEETING AND GARDEN 




TENTS 




Italian and Store Awnings. 

CANVAS SIGNS, BOAT SAILS, WAGON COVERS 




GS, 



&c, &c. Particular attention paid to the making of 

"Vessels 9 Colors and. Burgees, 

Agents for the AQUAPELLE FINISH 

Wat er & Mildew-Proof Bucks 
and Awning Stripes* 

And Dealers in ITALIAN AWJSriJTG STOCK 

and Fixtures, Tent JPoles, Pins, and Slides. 

We have several large tents, that will seat from 500 to 4,000 persons 
to dine under, which, with about 100 smaller tents, we will let on reasonable 
terms. All letters promptly answered, (and all orders personally attended to. 

JAMES MARTIN & SON, 

114 Commercial Street, Boston. 



James Martin. 



James A. Martin. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

OF ROCHESTER. 



Agricultural Stores. 

Haves A., Central sq. 
KENDALL & WHITNEY, (Portland, 
Me). 

Apothecaries* 

HANSON DOMIXICUS, Central sq. 

(s '« i in. p. i) m 

Farrington, Walter J., McDuffee's blk. 

Bankers. 

J. McDuffee & Co. Central square 

Billiard Saloon. 

Buruham S. H., Hanson 

Books and Stationery. 
HANSON DOMINICUS, Central sq. 

See advt. p. 200 
Boots and Shoes. 

JONES JOHN H., "Wentworth's block, 
I Central sq. See advt. p. 199 

Rowell Hiram, "Wentworth's blk. Main 
Evans Jeremiah 1)., Hanson's blk. Cen- 
tral sq. 

Butchers. 
Gilman J. G. & Son, Hanson 
McDuffee Daniel, Kim 
McDuffee Richard, Central sq. 
Hayes George, Main 

Botanic Medicines. 

Buzzell Lyfbrd, Main (Gonic). 

Carriage Manufacturer. 

Edgerly J. H., Main 

Clergymen. 
Hill George, (F. "W. B.) (Gonic) 
Lovejoy Azal,(F. W. B.) Main, (E. Roch- 
ester 
Smith Daniel G. 
Stone H. M. 
True Ezekiel, (F. W. B.) 

Confectionery. 

HANSON DOMINICUS, Central sq. 

See advt. p. 200 

Clocks and Watches. 

Home William F., McDuffee's blk. Cen- 
tral sq. 
Legi o John, Wentworth's blk.Centralsq. 

Clothing and Furnishing 
Stores. 

FEINEMAN F. 1 McDuffee's blk. Cen- 
tral sq. See advt p. 199 

PI1UE JAMES, Market, opp. Dodge's 
Hotel See advt. p. 200 

Dentists. 

- Pray John W. 1 McDuffee's blk. Central 
square 

Dressmakers.* 
Hayes F. 0. Mrs., Wentworth's blk. 
Wentworth O. b\ Miss, Central sq. opp. 
Dodge's Hotel 



Drugs and Bye Stuffs. 

HANSON DOMINICUS, Central sq. 

See advt. u. 200 
Dry Goods. 

Bird C. P. Mrs. 6 McDuffee's block 
Chase <!. K., Central sq. 
Pitcher John W., McDuffee's block 
Salinger 1.. McDuffee's block 
Varney Downing, Main (Gonic) 

Expressmen. 

CANNEY & CO. office D. Hanson's 
McDuffee's, (Portland and Rochester) 
Shorey Frank, Main, (East. Rochester) 

Fancy Goods. 
Furber Sarah F. Miss, Wentworth's blk. 
HANSON DOMINICUS, Central sq. 

See advt. p. 290 

Flour and Feed. 

Barker Benjamin, Market 
Grocers. 

Bird C. F. Mrs. 6 McDuffee's block 

Buruham N. & Son, Market 

Gray E. \V., Main, (Gonic) 

Howe Samuel, Main, (Gonic) 

Locke Henry, Main, (Gonic) 

Band William, Market 

Varney Downing, Main. (Gonic) 

Walker & Farrington, Main, (E. Roch. 

Hardware, 

Ela , Market 

Hayes Albert W., Central square 

Harness Maker. 

Smith S. A. Market, opp. hotel 
Hotels. 

Dodge's Hotel, Central square 
Mansion House, Main 

Insurance Agents* 

Hodgdon E. P., Ten-Rod road 
PARSHLEY, A. S , McDuffee's block 

See advt. p. 199 
Rand William, Main 

Jeweller. 

Folsom "William P., Main, (E. Rochester) 
Ijivery Stables. 

Tebbetts J. W., Main. (East Rochester) 
Wentworth Shas, Wentworth 
Wentworth Jonathan, .Main 

Merchant Tailors. 

FEINEMAN F. 1 McDuffee's blk. Cen- 
tral sq. See advt. p. 199 

PIRIE JAMES, Market, opp. Dodge's 
Hotel See advt. p. 200 

Davis & Meader, Main 

Milliners. 

Haves F. C. Mis., Wentworth's b!ock 
Richardson M. A. Mrs. 4 .McDuffee's blk. 
Sanborn Mary A. McDuffee's bik. Ceu* 
tral sq. 



156 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF ROCHESTER. 



Newspapers. 

"ROCHESTER COURIER," C. W. Fol- 

6om editor and publisher, Hanson 

See advt. p. 156 

Patent Medicines. 

HANSON DOMINIC US, Central sq. 

See advt. p. 200 

Photographer. 

Whittemore A. J., Market 
Physicians. 

Dow Enoch, Main 
Dorman Nathaniel, Hanson 
Farringtoh James, Autumn 
Lougee Isaac, Wakefield 
Sargent Bettoti W., Main 
Warren Moses, Central sq. 

Printer. 

FOLSOM C; W., book and job, Hanson 
See advt. p. 156 
Saloons. 

Burnham's, Hanson 
Dodge's, Central square 
WING ATE JOSEPH, Main, (East Roch 
ester) See advt. p. 0U0 

Sewing Machines. 

PIRIE JAMES, Market, opp. Dodge's 
Hotel See advt. p. 200 



Silver and Plated Ware. 

Home Wilbur P., McDuffee's blk. Cen- 
tral sq. 
Legro John, Wentworth's blk.Centralsq. 

Stages. 

Hodgdon's — Strafford, Barnstead Cen- 
tre. &c. 
Shorey's— East Rochester, (daily) 

Stoves and Tin Ware. 

Ela Wendell P. new building, Market 

Tailors. 

Chick John F.. Feineman's 
Davis A Meader, Main 
FEINEMAN F. 1 McDuffee's block 

See advt. p. 199 

PIRIE JAMES, Market, opp. Dodge's 

Hotel See advt. p. 200 

Telegrapher. 

Jones John F., Wentworth's block 

Wood and Lumber. 

Ricker, Win. M. Hanson 

[Yankee Motions. 
HANSON DOMINICUS, Central sq. 

See advt. p. 200 



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TOWN REGISTER 07 ROCHESTER. 



Town Officers, 1—7. 2187 

Moderator.— James Farrington. 

Town Clerk.— Charles W. Bickford. 

Selectmen.— John P. McDnffee, Nathan- 
iel Dorman, John H. Osborne. 

Overseers of the Poor. -The Selectmen. 

Collector of Taxes.— Silas J. Wentworth- 

Liquor Agent.— J. "W. Roberts. 



FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Engineer.— C.K. Sanborn. 

Assistant Engineers. — James Earring- 
ton, J. Thorn Dodge, Henry W.Locke, 
Jeremiah Farrington. 

ENGINE COMPANIES. 

COCHECO, No. 1. 
W. H. Allen, Foreman: J. H. Mcd-illis 1 
Assistant; G. H. Dennett, Clerk. 

TORRENT, No. 2. 
Richard Cross, Foreman; G. H. Jack- 
sou, Assistant ; John Greenfield, Clerk. 

TIGER No. 3. (Gonic). 

A. D. Whitehouse, Foreman; L.Horn, 

Assistant. 

TORRENT, No. 5, (E. Rochester). 

J. W. Tibbetts, Foreman; Joseph Win- 
gate, Assistant. 

Constables. 

Larkin B. Morrell, Geo. Roberts, (Gonic) 



POLICE COURT. 



J. H. "Worcester, Judge; Eben J.Mathes, 
Assistant. 

Police Officers. 

J. W. Roberts, L. R. Moulton. Jonathan 
Wentworth, T. D. Wentworth, Benj. 
Richards. J. W. Gray; Thomas Me- 
Cril lis, (East Rochester) ; L. B. McCril- 
Ii6, (East Rochester). 



SCHOOLS. 
HIGH SCHOOL, Main street. 
John E. Pike, Principal 
GRAMMAR SCHOOL, Wakefield street 
James W. Grant, Teacher. 

INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL, Main st. 
Abby B. Nash, Teacher. 

Elm street. 
Hattie E. Harker, T.:acher. 



PRIMARY SCHOOLS. 
Main street. 
Mrs. Helen S. Hearne, Teacher. 

Wakefield street. 
Laura I. Parsons, Teacher. 

The schools in Rochester village are 
organized and graded under a special act 
of the Legislature, called the kF Somers- 
wortli Act." The teachers are hired for 
only one term at a time. 



CHURCHES, SOCIETIES, &C 

FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH 
Organized May. 1737. 

Rev. H. M. Stone, Pastor; Benjamin 
Barker, Thomas Brown, Deacons; F. 
McDuffee, Clerk; Charles W. Brown, 
Supt. Sabbath School; A. J. Whitte- 
niore, Librarian; number of scholars 
about 150. 

METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH. 
Main Street. 

Daniel G. Smith, Pastor; Stephen D. 
Wentworth. clerk; J. Hall, VV. K. Kim- 
ball, Charles Bradley, Micajah Emer- 
son, Reuben Tilton, John P. Trickey, 
Trustees; J. P. Trickey, Supt. Sabbath 
School. 

FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH. 
Worship In Wentworth Hall. 
Rev. Ezekiel True, Pastor; Eben S.Dyer, 
Clerk and Treasurer; Larkin B. Maul- 
ten, James T. Nichols, Daviiel McDuf- 
fee, Directors; Rev. E. True, Supt. 
Sabbath School. 

FREE AVILL BAPTIST CHURCH, 

(East Rochester), Organized 1862. 
Azal Lovejoy, Pastor; Joseph S. Harri- 
man, Clerk; Stephen Shorey, Jesse 
Furbush, Deacons; Moses S. Varney, 
Supt. Sunday School. 

FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH, 

(Gonic). 
Rev. Geo. Hill. Pastor. J. W. Ham, 
Clerk; J. W. Ham, Ivory Berry, Dea- 
cons; N. V. Whitehouse, Stephen Jen- 
ness, J. W. Ham, Directors; Samuel 
Bickford, Supt. Sunday School; John 
S. F. Seavey, Sexton. 

HUMANE LODGE, No. 21. (MASONIC) 
Chartered 1810. 

Officers.— Noah Tebbetts, W. M.; Wes- 
ley Webber, S. W. ; Joseph B.Twom- 
bly, J. W.; George Corson, Treasurer; 
John S. Parsons, Secretary ; Russell B. 
Wentworth, S. D.; William Homey, 
J. D.; William A. Jones. Senior S.; 
John W. Robinson, Junior S.: Louis 
McD. Hussey, Marshall; John A. 
Bet cher. Chorister; Charles W. Brown, 
Chaplain; George W. Hurd, Tyler; 
John 8. Parsons, Representative to the 
Grand Lodge. 



158 



TOWN REGISTER OF ROCHESTER. 



Masonic, Odd Fellows, 
Knights of Pythias, 

AND 

Temperance Society 

REGALIA. 

Military and Theatrical 

GOODS, 

Gold and Silver Laces, Braids, Cords, 
Fringes, Tassels, Buttons, Stars, &c. 
Masonic Books, Charts, Engravings. 

POLLARD & LEIGHTON, 

No. 104 Tremont Street, 
BOSTON, MASS. 

RISING SUN LODGE No. 7. 
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. 

Is in a flourishing condition. They 
installed the Lodge the 5th of January 
1871. and its membership amounts to 
eighty. They meet every week on Thurs- 
day, at Wentworth's new hall. 
Officers.— VV. F. Home, V. P.; Lnrkin 

B. Moulton, W. C; J. J. Smith, V. C; 

J. T. Dodge, B.; James McCrillis, F. 

S.; Dr. J. W. Pray. R. S.; Fred. A. 

Kimball, G.; C. W. Sleeper, J. S.; 

Charles E. Harriman, O. S. 

SAMPSON POST, No. 22, G. A. R. 

Officers.— Osman B. Warren, P. C; John 
F. Billings, J. V. C; C. K. Brackett, 
Qm. ; Johnson C. Logan, Chaplain; 
Matthew league. Qm. Seig't; G. F. 
Rollins, O. G.; Wilbur F. Warren, S. 
V. C: E. G. Bicker, Adjt.; B. W. Sar- 
gent, Surgeon; W. C. Tufts, Sergeant 
Major; Owen Carroll, O. B. 

MOLOTINIA LODGE, I. O. of O.F. No.18 

Instituted March 16th, 1846. 

Time of Meetings from March 20th to 

Sept. 20th, at 8 o'clock tjatu rday evenings ; 

and from Sept. 20th to March 20th, at 7 

o'clock Saturday evenings. 

Officers for the present term.— C.Henry 
Hayes, N. G.; J. B. Dame, V. G.; J. 
W. Boston, R. S.; J.S. Parsons, Treas- 
urer; S. M. Y. Meserve, P.S. Number 
of members, 203. 

NORWAY PLAINS ENCAMPMENT 
No. 7. I. O. of O.F. 

Instituted September 11th, 1849. 
Time of meeting the first and third 

Wednesday evenings of each month, at 

8 o'clock. 

Officers of the present term.— S. Francis 
Felker, C. P.; C. Henry Hayes, H. P.; 
N. Brock, S. W.; S. W. Goodwin, -J. 
W.; Thomas Brown, Treasurer; S. M. 
Y. Meserve, Scribe. Number of mem- 
bers, 87. 



Manufacturing Companies. 

NORWAY PLAINS MANUFACTUR- 
ING COMPANY. 

Incorporated 1846. Capital $250,000. 

J. D. Sturtevant, Agent; Francis Cabot, 
Treasurer; Robert Mcllroy, Superin- 
tendent; Moses B. Wildes. J. I). Stur- 
tevant. Francis Cabot, Benj, W.GIea- 
son, Benj. P. Cheney, Samuel P. Dex- 
ter, Directors. 
Manufacture Blankets and Flannels. 

Number of hands employed, 335. 

GONIC MANUF'G COMPANY. 

Incorporated 1859. 

N.V. Whitehouse, Agent; C. S. White- 
house, {Superintendent; N. V. White- 
house, Samuel B. liiudge, Marshal B . 
Wilder, Directors. 
Manufacture flannels; run seven sets 

machinery, employ 75 hands. Capital 

$50,000. Parker, Wilder & Co., Boston, 

selling agents. 

COCHECO WOOLEN MANUF'G CO. 

(East Rochester). 
Manufacture woolen goods. 



BANKS. 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GONIC. 

Capital $60,000. 
N. V. Whitehouse, President; A. D. 
Whitehouse, Cashier; N. V. White- 
house, C. S. Whitehouse, Philander 
Varney, John Legro, Wm. C. Ferrold, 
Directors. 

NORWAY PLAINS SAVINGS BANK, 
ROCHESTER. 

Savings Bank Building. 
Amount of deposits Sept. 1,1871, $516,000. 

John McDuffee, President;* John McDuf- 
fee. Eben'r J. Mat lies, Enoch White- 
house, N. V. Whitehouse." John Legro, 
Thomas C. Davis, Charles Greenfield, 
Trustees; Franklin McDuffee, Teas- 
urer. 
Open every week clay except Saturday, 

from 9 o'clock A. M. to 12 M., and from 

2 to 4, P. M. On Saturday, open from 9 

A. M. to 12 M. 

Quarter days. 

On the first Mondays of February, May, 
August, November. 

Dividend Days. 

On the first Mondays of May and Novem- 
ber. 

POST OFFICE. 

Central Squire, opposite Dodge's Hotel. 

G. B. Roberts. I'ost Master; Lizzie J. 
Hanson, Assistant. 
Two mails (tally from Boston, and two 

daily from Portland. 

PORTLA1VD «fc ROCHESTER 

RAILROAD. 

John Lynch, Rums E. Wood, A. K. 
Shurtleff, Henry P.Deane, H. J.Libbv, 
Portland; W. G. Kay, N. Y. City; 
Frederick Robie, Gorham; Joseph S. 
Ricker, Westbrook; John McDuffee, 
Ro f .i>»ster, N. H„ Directors; John 
Lynch " esident; Frederick Robie, 
Clerk; Geor P ^v estcott.Treasuier 1 
Uliowas ^u.nby, Superintendent. 



DIRECTORY OF BOSTON ADVERTISERS 

AND OTHERS. 

ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED UNDER BUSINESS HEADINGS. 



Agricultural Implements. 

Kendall & Whitney, Market sq., Portland 
(page 76) 

Ale, Porter, &c. 

Vincent, Hathaway, & Co. 109 and 113 
Broad, Boston (hack cover) 

Awning?, Tents, &c. 

Erickson A. 38 North Market, Boston 

(page 3) 
Martin James <fc Son, 114 Commercial, 
Boston (page 154) 

Awning Stock and Fixtures. 

Eric'<son A. 18 North Market, Boston, 

U"ge b) 
James Martin & Son, 114 Commercial 

Boat Sails. 

Martin James & Son, 114 Commercial, 
Boston (page 154) 

Booksellers and Stationers. 

Bailey & Noyes.new block Exchange, 
Portland (last colored page) 

Boots and Shoes. 

Connolly & Power, 10 School, Boston 
(page 6) 

Canvas Signs. 

Martin James & Son, 114 Commercial 

Chiropodist. 

Kenison P. Dr. 145 Tremont, Bost( n 
(page 3) 

Churns. 

Blanchard Porter's Sons, churn manuf 
Concord, N. II. (opp. page 3) 

Commissioners. 

Lauten Albert F., commissioner for the 
State of New Hampshire to supply city 
and town agents spirituous liquors, 118 
Broad, Boston (page 75) 

Crockery, & House Furnishing 
Goods. 

Hooper, Eaton & Co. 130 and 132 Ex 
change, Portland (back col. p.) 



Bentists. 

Dillingham J. R. Dr. 226 Tremont, Bos- 
ton (page 5) 
Sawyer & Lane, 12 Winter, Boston (p. 2) 
Envelopes. 

Document Envelope Company, 11 John, 
Boston (page 6) : , 

Envelope Press. 

Sargent Geo. B. 7 Spring Lane, Boston 
(page 2) 

Fire Insurance. 

New Hampshire Fire Insurance Co. 173 
Merchants Exchange, Manchester, N 
H. (page 70) 

Flags. 

Martin James & Son, 114 Commercial 

Fresco and Banner Painters. 

Handeock Z. & Co. 5 Tremont, Boston 
(page 8) 

Furniture. 

Hooper, Eaton & Co. 130 and 132 Ex- 
change, Portland (back col. p.) 

Gold and Silver Laces, &c. 

Pollard & Leighton, 104 Tremont, Boston 
(pp. 73, 127, 158) 

Inlaid Fancy Flooring. 

Dill & Co, 53 and 55 1-2 Wareham, Bos- 
ton (page 3) 

Italian Awnings. 

Marti ri James & Son, 114 Commercial 
Erickson A. £8 North Market, Boston, 
(page 3) 

Jewellers. 

Crosby, Morse & Foss, watches, clocks & 
jewelry, 240 Washington, Bosion (opp- 
page 24) 

machinery. 

Swampscott Machine Company, Amos 
Paul agent. South Newmarket, N. H. 
(front colored page) 



160 



BOSTON AND OTHER ADVERTISERS. 



Mais on Francaise. 

Walther Mme. 14 West, Boston (page 5) 
Marble and Granite Works.,. 

Turner & Gavett, 312 Congress, Portland 
(page 76) 

Masonic Books, Charts, &- En 

gravings. 

Pollard & Leigliton,104 Tremont, Boston 
(pp. 73, 127, 158) 

Masonic Regalia. 

Pollard & Leighton, 104 Treinont, Boston 
(pp. 73, 127, 158) 

Military and Theatrical Goods 

Pollard & Leighton, 104 Tremont, Boston 
(pp. 72, 127, 158) 

Mouldings. 

Warren & Dwyer, 60 Albany, Boston 
* (page 8) 

Oculist and Aurist. 

Whitman E. F., Dr. 110 Court, Boston 
(page 4) 

Paints, Oils, Colors, &c. 

Foisom C.E.&Co.O and 10 India, corner 
Central, Boston (back col. p.) 

Pattern Maker. 

Coffin Galen, 17 Harvard Place, Boston 
(page 6) 

Photographer. 

Black J. W. 173 Washington, nearly opp. 

head of Milk, Boston (page 2) 
Marshall Augustus, 147 Tremont, Boston 

(page 4) 

Piano-forte and Organ Ware- 
rooms. 

Bailey & Noyes, Portland (inside back 
cover) 

Plumbing. 

Hawthorne & Loudon, 16 Province, cor. 
Province ct., Boston (page 4) 

Pop\Corn Cakes. 

Massure John, 123 Pearl, Portland (back 
colored page) 

Pork, Beef, Lard, &c. 

North, Merriam, & Co. wholesale dealers, 
fetalis 27 and 29 Faueuil Hall Market, 
and 33 and 34 North Market, Boston 
(page 1) 

Printers' Materials. 

Coffin Galen, 17 Harvard place, Boston 
(page 6) 



Publications. 

Littell's Living Age, Boston (page 7) 
Real Estate. 

French J. agent, 80 Washington, Boston 
(top Jiue front cover) 

Roofing Company. 

Granite Koofing Company, 8 Congress sq. 
Boston (opp. index) 

Sailmaker* 

Erickson A. 38 North Market, Boston 
(page 3) 

Sewing Machine. 

Eaton S. W. & Son, 103 Middle, Portland 
(page 76) 

Sign Painter. 

Handcock Z. & Co. 5 Tremont, Boston 
(page 8) 

Soda and Mineral Water. 

Vincent, Hathaway & Co. 109 and 113 
Broad, Boston (back cover) 

Stained and Cut Glass. 

Cook J. M. 131, 139 and 141 Congress 
Boston (page 1) 

Stoves. 

Walker Geo. W., stoves, furnaces, &c 
(opp. pp. 56 and 57) 

Telegraph Instruments. 

Williams C, Jr. 109 Court (opp. page 3) 

Turners. 

Warren and Dwyer, 60 Albany, Boston 
(page 8) 

Ventilator. 

Barney J. E. & Co. 8 Province ct. Boston 
(page 1) 

Wagon Covers. 

Erickson A. 38 North Market, Boston, 
(page 8) 

Martin James & Son, lit Commercial, 
Boston, (page 154) 

Watches. 

Howard Watch & Clock Co. 114 Tremont, 
Boston (opp. p. 25) 

Wire Workers and Weavers. 

Greenleaf G. & Co. 116 Union, Boston 
(page 5) 

Wooden Ware, dtc. 

Kendall & Whitney, Market 6quars 
Portland (page 76) 



DOVER ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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DEALERS IN 

CARPETIIGS, 
C6M6KERY, 

China? Glass 

AND 

PLATED WARE, 



LOOKING CLASSES, 

Window Shades & Fixtures. 



NO. 1 COCHECO BLOCK, BOVEK, N. H. 
W. A. Morrill. G. F. Morrill. 

LIB1EY & CO. 
Book, Card, Job, and Fancy 

PRINTERS, 

And Publishers of 

THE DOVER ENQUIRER, 

A Republican Weekly Newspaper. Terms, $2 per annum, in advance. Its 
extensive circulation makes it one of the best mediums for advertising in 
this section of the State. 

Office, Strafford Bank Building, opp. City Hall, 
DOVER, N.H. 



9 My* 



Dealers in 



CARPETS, 



To. <' ) BLOCK, DOVER, N. H. 



186 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 

D, H, IEI9 0ELi 

IS AGENT FOE SOME OP THE 

Oldest and Most Reliable 

FiFe, Accident, and Xdf c 
INSURANCE COMPANIES 

IN THE UNITED STATES. 

Office, cor. Main and School Sts., Dover, N. H. 

HENRY D. FREEMAN, 

DEALER IN 



At his Wholesale and Retail Oyster House, 

EXCHANGE BLOCK, OPPOSITE CITY HALL, 
&OVEK, JST.M. 

Particular attention paid to putting up Oysters for Country trade and 
. , / . ■ . - Family use. _________^_ ^^__ 

THOMAS 1. B. HOUGH, 

DOVER, jS W> N. EL 




Brass Foundr^^ & Ornament al 

Iron Works. 

BABBIT METAL AND WEATHER VANES. 
No. 5 Main St. . . . DOVER, N. H. 



Llili 



Manufacturer of 

Smith's White Boot & Hop Beer. 

BOTTLER AND DEALER IN 

Bottled Cider, Ale, Porter, Lager Beer, & Mineral Water 
No. 4 Henderson's Block, 
FRANKLIN SQUARE, DOVER, N. H. 



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387 



CHARLES A. TUFTS, 
B HAEMACIST, 

OPPOSITE ^THE POST OFFICE, 
OETVTJRAJL, SQUARE, DOVER,, 

Will keep a Choice Assortment of Toilet Articles, such as 

Nail, Tooth, Hair, & Cloth Brushes ; 

Rare Perfumery, Elegant 

Cosmetics ; 

Fancy Soaps; Colognes; Pastiles; 

Cachous, Mirrors, &c. 

ALSO, ALL THE 

Genuine Popular Patent Medicines, 

AND THE MOST APPROVED 

Trusses, Shoulder-Braces, & Supporters. 

Fresh. European 3Leech.es, and all other articles kept iu a first-ciass Apothecary 
Store, will be always for sale by 

CHA.HL,ES A.. TUFTS. 

SOLOMOU H, POYE ? 

Foot of Main & Central Sts. 

OPP. EPISCOPAL CHURCH, 
DOVER, N. H. 

Manufacturer of 





MONUMENTS 



AND 
ALSO, MANUFACTURER OP 

SOAPSTONE IN ITS VARIOUS BRANCHES. 

A large assortment of 

AMERICAN AND FOREIGN MARBLE 

CONSTANTLY ON HAND. 

All work done in the most prompt and thorough manner by compe- 
tent workmen. 

ALSO, SEA SAND FOR SALE. 

Orders from out of town promptly attended to. 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



Emporium of FasIiioiSi 

WMI. ©TERNS, 

OPP. CITY HALL, DOVER, N. H. 

Daily receiving New Goods for every department, 

SILKS, PAISLEY SHAWLS, AND DRESS GOODS, 

DIRECT FROM EUROPE, 

Retailed at Lower Prices than. any competitor can buy at wholesale. 

WM. STERNS, tlie popular Dry Goods Man. 




DEALER IN 



PS1© 



AND 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. 
6i Central Block, 

DOVER, N.H. 

Hallet, I>avis, &. Co.s PIANOS, 

and Mason & Hamlin's Organs. 



buumma 



PROVISION 



DEALER. 



Beef, Pork, Mutton, Lard, and Ponltry. 

R. R. Block, Franklin St., DOVER, N.H. 

J. H. WIN SLOW, 

Wholesale arid Retail Dealer in 

BOOTS.SHOES.RUBBERS 




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LEATHER AND FINDINGS. 

3 Morrill's New Blk. Franklin Square, 

DOVER, IV. H. 

33. ..A.. PAGE, 

DEALER IN 

Boots 3 Shoes, and Rubbers, 

At Bottom PriGes for Cash, 
3 CENTRAL ST., DOVER, N.H. 



DOVER ADVERTISEMENTS. 



189 




DR. G. W. TASKER, 
DENTIST. 



22 CENTRAL STREET, DOVER, N. H. 

^|f All operations warranted. 

MARBLE WORKS 




R. H. TWOMBLY 

HAS EEMOVED TO 

LOCUST STREET, rear City Hall, DOVER, N. H. 

Where he is prepared to furnish 

MONUMENTS, GRAVE STONES, TABLETS, SCROLLS, 

And all kinds of Plain and Ornamental Work, at prices that will be satis- 
factory. 

D. A. JACKSON, 

El@fh©s Cleaning 
And Repairing. 

No. 3 MORRILL'S NEW BLOCK, 
Franklin Square, Dover, N.H. 

All orders promptly attended to. Repairing 
done quickly, and in the neatest manner. 




U90 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 

CiEORffiffi L. FOLSOII, 

Agent for SALEM LEAD COMPANY, 
BIGELOW'S NEW JERSEY VARNISHES, 

SI0SM0H9 HI! All© WAMWWt 

AND WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 

PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, VARNISHES, BLUE, BRUSHES, 

Etc. Constantly on hand at Boston Prices. 

Linseed Oil, Raw and Boiled, Neafs Foot Oil, Lubricating 
Oil, and Leads of all kinds. 

COLORS OF ALL KINDS, DRY & IN OIL. 

GLASS of all sizes and kinds. 

VARNISHES. Coach, Furniture, English 4 Demar, also Black & Carriage Top. 

eiiUE of all kinds at Manufacturers' prices. 

BRUSHES in large or small quantities, together with everything in the Paint and Oil line. 

NUTTER'S BLOCK* 
MAIN STREET, cor. Washington, DOVJEB, JV.H. 

Western Union Telegraph Co. 

Having lines extending from New York to Nova-Scotia, and connect- 
ing with other lines to all parts of the United States and 
British Provinces. 

OFFICES. 

DOVER, At Charles A. Tufts' Apothecary Store. 

Central Square. 
NEW YORK, 145 Broadway. BOSTON, 83 State St. 



DOVER ADVERTISEMENTS. 



291 



The Standard Machine of the World, 



SEWING MACHINES. 




f§®13§ MP AJL 

Over 82 Competitors, 



AGENT, 

Cor. POPIsAtt & ST. JOHN STS. ItOVEB, N.H. 

Machines can be seen in operation. 
White-wire Clothes-Lines furnished of any length desired. 

EDWIN A. HILLS, 

Book and Job Printer, 

No. 10 Central Street, . . . DOVER, N. H. 

Business Cards, Envelopes, Bill Heads, Shop Bills, Posters, &c, 

Printed in good Style, and at the LOWEST PRICES. 



The DOVER GAZETTE 

Is Published every Friday. Terms, $2.00 per annum, in advance. Advertisements 
inserted at the lowest rates. 



DR. J. W. DRAKE, 

HOMEOPATHIC 

PHYSICIAN, 

OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, 

19 Orchard St., Dover, N.H. 



JOSEPH BEDELL, 

HousePainting 

G-UAZING-, 
And PAPER HANGING. 

Dealer in PAINTS and OILS. 

Also, Agent for 
FOREST RIVER LEAD CO. 

Locust Street, 
Rear City Hall, DOVER, N.H. 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



Mil@s ifi Go/s Express 

i?w^5 to the following Towns in New Hampshire. 



Alton. 

Alton Bay. 

Alton East. 

Alton South. 

Alton West. 

Barrington. 

Barnstead. 

Barnstead Centre 

Barnstead North. 

Bartlett. 

Centre Harbor. 

Conway. 

Conway North. 

Durham. 

Dover. 

Downing's Mills. 

Eaton. 

Effingham. 

Effingham Falls. 

Farmington. 

Freedom. 

Gonic. 



Gilmanton. 

Gilmanton Iron Wks. 

Jackson. 

Middleton. 

Milton. 

.Milton Three Ponds. 

Milton South. 

Milton West. 

Milton Mills. 

Melvin Village. 

Mackerel Corner. 

Moultonborough. 

Moultonborough East. 

Moultonborough Cor. 

Madbury. 

Madison. 

Madison East. 

Newfield, Me. 

New Durham. 

Ossipee. 

Ossipee Centre. 



Parsonsfield, Me. 
Pittsfield. 
Rochester. 
Sandwich. 
Sandwich Centre. 
Sandwich North. 
Strafford. 
Strafford Centre. 
Strafford Bow Pond. 
Tamworth. 

Tarn worth Iron Works 
Tamworth City. 
Tuftonborough. 
Tuftonborough Cor. 
Union Village. 
West Lebanon. 
Wakefield. 
Wakefield East. 
Wakefield North. 
Wolfborough. 
Wolf borough South. 
Wolfborough North. 




Ossipee West. 
Connects with Shorey's xE press for East Rochester. 

OFFICE . . 33 Court Square, Boston. 

Offices in Dover at E. & M. Railroad Depot, <& Central Sq. 

CUSTOM MADE 

fiEMT'8 !S@¥8 m 859QES. 

THE MOST FASHIONABLE, BEST MADE 

LADIES' BOOTS, newest Styles, lowest Prices. 

Ladies from adjoining towns can select from the best assortment, 

and obtain elegant and easy-fitting Boots, made in the very best 

manner, at. the most reasonable prices. 

A full line of Gent's & Ladies' Rebber Boots & SllOeS, at 

"WllVWfi Boot and. Shoe Store, 

Jr if I. Mj » Fore Street, Great Falls, H.H. 

E B. SPENCER^ 



CASKETS & COFFINS OF EVERY VARIETY. GRAVE 
Clothes furnished at short notice. Coffin Trimmings. 
WAREROOMS, 

Sullivan Square, Great Falls, N.H. Berwick Side. 




GREAT FALLS ADVERTISEMENTS. 193 

@£@&$ Palls ©@@k Sii@E© 9 

DEALER IN 

Books, Stationery, 

PAPER HANGINGS, 

Fancy Goods, Sheet Music, Musie Books, &o. 

Picture Frames, Chromos, Guitars, Plates, and Violins, G-uitar and Violin Strings. 

No. 2 Central Buildings, Great Falls, N. H. 
THE 

Great Falls Journal, 

EDWIN FERNALD, Editor and Publisher, 

Published Every Saturday Morning, 

AT THE JOURNAL BUILDING, OPP. GREAT FALLS HOTEL, 

Has a large Circulation, both in Great Falls and surrounding towns, 

making it a good advertising medium. 

Terms op Subscription, $1.50 a Year, in advance. 



Book and Job Printing 

DONE IN FIRST-CLASS STYLE, 

AT REASONABLE RATES. 

$< W. mmmwmmw i @@* 

G-ROCER8, 

Corner Main and Franklin Streets, Gr. Falls, N.H. 

(under m. e. church), dealers in 

CHOICE GROCERIES, SPICES, 

CORN, FLOUR, FEED, PROVISIONS, OILS, &c. 

Goods delivered in any part of the village free of charge. 
.T. Bickford. Howard Locke, 



194 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



ATLANTIC HOUSE, WELLS BEACH, ME, 

O. A. FROST, Proprietor. 




Also, Propr. of Great Fails Hotel, Gr. Falls, N. N. 

1* &• H4M@1 is ©@. 



Corner of 

Washington 

and 
Green Sts. 




GR. FALLS 

N. H. 



HORSES AliD CARRIAGES TO LET 

On reasonable terms. Superior Teams 'furiiisliec] to Parties for Pleasure Excursions, at the 

shortes4 notice. 



L. L. Hanson. 



B. Frank Hanson. 



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GREAT FALLS ADVERTISEEENTS. 



195 



No. 26 MARKET STREET, GREAT PALLS, N.H. 

DEALER IN 

Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, 

EXTRACTS, PATENT MEDICINES, 

Fancy Goods, Perfumery, Leeches, 
Sponges, Ac. 

SELECTED FAMILY GROCERIES 

OF ALL KINDS. 

■ 9 Ma© i?©a§, @@fifi©©»* 

SUGARS, SPICES, FRUIT, TOBACCO, CIGARS, &c. 

Proprietor of Dr. Chapman's Cholera Syrup, for the cure of 
Diarrhoea, Dysentery, and Sum ner Compl tint-;. 

CANNEY & COMPANY, 

FORWARDERS, 

To the following Towns in New Hampshire and Maine, 




Acton Corner, Me* 

Alton Bny. 

Alton Corner. 

Bartlett. 

Brock's Crossing. 

Brookfield. 

Conway. 

Conway Centre. 

Dam's Mills, Me. 

Dover. 

East Madison. 

Ea>t Rochester. 

East Wakefield. 

Eaton. 

Efiiiigham 

Effingham Falls. 

Farmington. 

Fret dom. 



Great Falls. 

Hayes' Crossing. 

Jackson. 

Lebanon, Me. 

Leigliton's Corner. 

Mackerel Corner. 

Madison 

Melvin Village. 

Middleton. 

Milton. 

Milton Mills. 

New Durham. 

North Conway. 

No. Parsonsfield, Me. 

No. Shnpleigh, Me. 

North Wakefield. 

North Wolfborough. 

Ossipee. 



Ossipee Centre. 

Parsonsfield, Me. 

Porter, IMe. 

Rochester. 

Salmon Falls. 

So u i h Berwick, Me. 

South Milton. 

South Wolfborough. 

Tam worth. 

Tarn worth Iron Works 

Tuf ton borough. 

Union Village. 

Wakefield. 

Water Village. 

West Milton. 

West Newfield, Me. 

We.-t Ossipee 

W. Parsonsfield, Me. 



Gonic. 

OFFICES.. 32 Court Square, Boston, 
P. G. F. & C R. R. Depots, Market St., Great Falls, N.H. 

ANI> I>. HANSON'S, CUXritAI* SQLAKJ-, KOC.IliSTJiB. 
Si B. CaMNKY. A. A. JfEivKX.SS. 



196 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



HIGH ST. BAKERY, GREAT FALLS, 




JOSEPH M. POOLE, 

Proprietor, 

And Dealer in ail kinds of 

CRACKERS, BitKAD, 
CAKE & PASTRY. 

Hot White Bread every afternoon. 

BEAK'S* Baked every Satur- 
day night, and Brown Bread 
Tuesday. Thursday, Saturday, and 
Sunday Mornings. 

$W Orders for Parties and 
Picnics promptly filled. 



JAM IS k SONS, 

Dealers in Selected 

GROCERIES, TEAS, 

COFFEE, SPICES, AND GRASS SEED, 

Also, Foreign and Domestic Fruits. 

Brown Ash Store, cor. High and Orange Streets, 




v.: 



SANBORN & WATSON, 



DEALERS IN PARLOR AND CHAMBER 

iwmififii&i 




?. 



CARPETS, MATTRESSES, FEATHERS, 

Sofas, Lounges, What-Nots, Rocking, Parlor, 

and Easy Chairs. 

Pictures and Picture Frames, 

Window Shades, Cord, Tassels, &c. 

27 Market Street, . . GREAT FALLS, N. H. 



ENOCH WHITEHOUSE, 

DEALER IN 

NEW AND CHOICE SELECTIONS OP 

GROCERIES 

AND 

ALSO, 

Fancy Goods* 

At Boston Prices. 

Franklin St. , , «r. Falls, N.H. 



UPHOLSTERING, 

Over D. Wingates Paint Shop, 

Opp. Marston's Sloek, HIGH ST. 
GREAT FALLS, Si. H. 

Where I attend to Upholstering of all kinds. 

SOFAS, LOUNGES, 

MATTRESSES, & CUSHIONS 

RE1 AIRED, OK MADE TO ORDER. 

Furniture of all kinds Repaired 

in a workmanlike manner. 

PICTURES FRAMED in the best maimer. 
XW~ all work warranted to give satisfaction, 
or no charge. 

WM, H. TASKER. 



GREAT FALLS ADVERTISEMENTS. 



197 



HUBBARD, CANNEY, & CO. 

Manufacturers and Dealers in 

DOORS, SASHES, BLINDS, 

Window and Door Frames, and 

MOULDINGS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. 

BOARD PLANING AND MATCHING. 

Stair Mails, Balusters, & Newels. 
Market Street, Gr. Palls, N. H. 




G. W "HUBBARD. 



J. C. NUTTER. 



B. R. CANNEY. 



H. A. HUBBARD. 



MAIN STREET, GREAT FALLS, N. H. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

IHIIiIi MACHINERY 

And CASTINGS. 

Contractors for the Erection of COAL CAS WORKS. 

Manufacturers of Gasometers, Street Pipes, and 
all Castings pertaining to Gas Works. 

Also, at Salmon Falls, manufacture 

White Mountain, Kitchen Queen, Farmer's Friend, and 
other Celebrated 

COOK STOVES, 

Box Stoves, Hollow Ware, Oyen, Ash, and Boiler Mouths, and other 
Light Castings. 

M. C. BURLEIGH, Agent. O. H. LORD, Treas. 

GREA.T FALLS, 3V. H. 




Manufacturer of every variety of 

MONUMENTS, 

Head Stones, «fec. 

MARKET STREET, 

GREAT FALLS, N. H. 



198 GREAT FALLS ADVERTISEMENTS. 



WEMHf & oo. 



9 

DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF 

FLOUR, GRAIN, FEED, 

AND SHORTS, 

Besides a good supply of L1JIE constantly on hnnd. 

At our Mills, GREAT PALLS, N. H. 
C. W. Wright. C. A. Blood. W. C. Hamblett. 

MAINE & NEW HAMPSHIRE 

Real Estate Agency. 

POST OFFICE BUILDING, 

GREAT FALLS, N.H, 
JAMES G. YOUNG, Manager. 

E. A. CRAWFORD, Assistant. 

ESTATES OF ALL KINDS ALWAYS ON HAND, 

And for sale at a bargain. 

Bargains negotiated on Commission, and Money 
Loaned on Real Estate. 

All business faithfully attended to. 

W. I. FARRAB & SON, 

DEALER IN 

GROCERIES, 

PROVISIONS, FARMERS' PRODUCE, 

Crockery & Glass Ware, 
Wo. 4 Buff am 9 s Bloclc, 

HIGH STRKET, 

Great Falls, N.H* 



ENOCH PERKINS, 
Hotary Public, 

AND 

INSURANCE A6ENT, 

High St. . . Gr. Palls, N.H. 

Insurance effected in the M*t 
Companies at the most reasonable 
lUtea. 



FOrHKSTEU AnYERTtSEMPNTS. 109* 

FREDERICK FEINEMAN, 

HEALER IJV 

AND 

GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, 



No. 1 McDuffee's Block, EOCHESTEH, N.H. 



Particular attention given to (he Manufacture of Gentlemen'* 
Clothing:, agreeable to order, iri suits or single gai mints, ai fcliort notice, 
and entire satisfaction guaranteed. 

ROCHESTER 

GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY. 

Cash Assets, $25,000,000. 

The only licensed A^erit for this vicinity, under the State law, for 

NEW HAMPSHIRE FIRE INS. CO, 

Assets, $134,586.24. 
HANOVER, OP NEW YORK, Assets, $700,334.64. 

INDEPENDENT, OP BOSTON, Assets, $646,047,1)2. 

ANDES, OP CINCINNATI, Assets, $1,501,822.57. 

CONTINENTAL LIFE, OP HARTFORD, 

Assets, $2,180,000. 

TRAVELERS' LIFE & ACCIDENT, of Hartford, 

Assets, $1,743,648.89, 

axd several other reliable companies. 

AH Policies issued at this office, ami losses promptly paid. Business conducted on tha 
principle oi commercial honor, and (iUAitAN I'EE tojnve EN-TIRE SATISFACTION. 
£BT" Communications by mail wiil receive prompt attention. 

A. S. PARSHLEY, 

Office, No. 2 McDuffee's Block ROCHESTER, N.H. 

JOHN H. JONES, 

DEALER IN 

Boots, Shoes, & Rubbers, 

WENTWORTll'S BLOCK, 
CENTRAL SQUARE, ROCHESTER, N. H. 

All kinds of SHOE FINDINGS and SHOE TOOLS; Machine 
Awls aud Jf hidings s also Truuks, Valises, and Travelling Uags. 



200 ROCHESTER ADVERTISEMENTS. 

JAMES PIRIE, 

M!E©H4if¥ SAILOR 

MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN 



And Gent's Furnishing Goods. 
Opp. Dodge's Hotel, Central Sqr. Rochester, N. H. 

Agent for iETNA SEWING MACHINES. 

DOMINICUS HANSON, 

ROCHESTER, N. H. 

APOTHECARY, 

BOOK AND VARIETY STORE 

Established by the present proprietor in 1832. 
Dealer in Drugs, Medicines, and Chemicals. 

ALSO, 

Patent and Botanic Medicines, Fancy and Toilet 

Articles, Medical Instruments, Trusses, 
Supporters, Shoulder Braces, Dye Stuffs, &c, &c. 

ALSO, A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF 

SCHOOL, CLASSICAL, MUSICAL, THEOLOGI- 
CAL, AND MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS. 

Also, Drafting, Drawing, and Tissue Paper, Bristol Board, Blank 
Books and Stationery of all kinds. 

D. J. PARSONS, 
Attorney & Counsellor at Law, 

BQCHESTER, N. H, 

JOSEPH WllSATE, 

Eating & Refreshment Saloon, 

Main Street, East Rochester, N. H. 



BOSTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 



STAINED & CUT GLASS 

MANUFACTORY, 

BY 

j. m:. cook, 

Nos. 131, 139, & 141 Congress St., Boston, Mass, 

Glass for Chnrch Windows in every style. 



"All Buildings should be Ventilated." 

We are prepared to Ventilate Buildings of every 
description, at a small cost. Churches, School - 
^ Houseo, Halls, Private Dwellings, Stables, Facto- 
ries, Dry- Rooms, of any and all kinds. 

HYNES' PATENT 

VENTILATOR 

HAS A FIRST-CLASS REPUTATION. 
CHIMNEY TOPS WE MAKE IN VARIETY, 

Contractors, Committees, and the Public are invited to call before 
ordering elsewhere. Send for Circular and Price List* 

J. E. BARNEY «£ GO. 

8 PROVINCE COURT, 
Office!, 14 Pemberton Square, BOSTON, MASS. 




NORTH, MERIAM, & CO. 

Wholesale Dealers in 

Pork, Beef, Iaard, Hams, 

Dressed Hogs, X»igs' Feet, 

TRIPE, SAUSAGES, SAUSAGE SKINS, &c. 

Also, Manufacturers of EXTRA LARD OIL, 

Stalls 2Tos. 27 and 29 Faneuil Hall Market, 

And Store Nos. 33 and 34 North Market Street, 

CHARLES H. NORTH. TlO<3TfW S. HENRY SKILTON. 

JOHN N. MERIAM. DWOIUK. LUMaN S. (JONANT. 

Slaughtering au<l Curing Establishment, Medford Street* Somerviile. 



BOSTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 



J. W. BLACK, 
PHOTOGRAPHIC ARTIST, 

173 WASHINGTON STREET, 

Nearly opposite the Head of Milk St. BOSTON. 

PHOTOGRAPHS IN EVERT VARIETY AND ALL STYLES OP THE ART. 
Particular attention is called to our new style of 

CABINET PORTRAITS. 

THEY HAVE ONLY TO BE SEEN TO BE ADMIRED. We call attention to our 

PORCELAIN PICTURES. 

For producing agreeable pictnres they are unequalled. Persons who have never before 
succeeded in being photographed, are always successful in this kind of picture. 



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liffll & 14 

DENTISTS, 

No. 12 WINTER STREET, BOSTON, 

Will devote their personal attention to 

Pilling, Cleansing, Regulating, and Extracting 
Teeth with Ether and Nitrous Oxide Gas. Artifi- 
cial Teeth inserted on all Bases used by the pro- 
fession. Terms Reasonable. 

J. W. Sawyer. 

D. Lane. 

GEORGE B, SARGENT & GO. 

Manufacturers of and Dealers in 

SAKGENT'S PATENT 

ENVELOPE PRESS, 

Stamp, Seal, Embossing, and Copying Presses, 

Steel Stamps and Brands ; also Day and Date Stamps. 

INTo. ^ SPRING L^IVE, BOSTON. 

N. B. ™ Presses Repaired and Dies Altered at short notice. 




BOSTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 



DE. P. K E N I S O N, 

CHIROPODIST. 




CORNS & BAD NAILS 

EXTRACTED 

WITHOUT PAIN. 

Operations on Corus, 25 cts. each. 
Operations on Nails, 50 cts. each. 

145 TREMONT ST. 

Bet. West St. & Temple PI. 
BOSTON. 



A. ERIGESON, 

SAIL-MAKER, 

AND MANUFACTURER OF 

Water & Mildew-Proof Awnings & Tents. 




38 

NO. MARKET 
STREET, 



THE OLD STAND FOR 

Flags, Wagon Covers, and Horse Covers, 

Awning Frames & Fixtures, Tent Poles & Pins, Flag Poles, <fcc. 

TENTS TO LET AND FOR SALE. 

Striped Awning Cloth and all kinds of Sail Cloth for sale. 

Orders try Mail or Express promptly attended to. 




Manufacturers of and Dealers in 



PATENTED INLAID 

FANCY AND PARQUETTE FLOORING, 

And Variegated Moulding. 

Nos. 53 and 55 1-2 WAREHAM STREET, 

Opposite McNutt's Novelty Wood Works, 
BOSTON. 



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BOSTON ADYERTISEMENT8. 



AUGUSTUS MARSHALL, 



ED) Up 



147 Tremonf Street, 

Corner of WEST, 

B O g T O IV. 

PLUMBING. 
HAWTHORNE & LOUDON, 

PLUMBERS, 

And Dealers in 

Plumbers 9 Materials, 

No. 16 PROVINCE STREET, cor. PROVINCE COURT, 

Second Store from School Street, opp. new City Hall, 
1 1 S © iL, 

Orders received from any part of the United 
States and Canadas. 

Plumbing Materials at Wholesale Prices to 

Builders. 

Robert Hawthorne. James Loudon. 

mm, m* w* wmmmAm, 

OCULIST & AURIST. 

MMTWWM& I¥IB 

Inserted without Pain. 

Treatment of CATARRH, 

No charge for Consultation. 

Office, No. 110 Court St., Boston. 




BOSTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 



DENTAL CARD. 

HAS BEMOVED FBOM 12 WIHTER ST. AHD 15 BEACON ST. 

TO 226 TREMONT STREET, 

B©if©g». 

i 



(Next to Bigelow, Kennard, & Co.), is always ready to see ladies 
who seek a really French article. Our stock consists of 



mmE. walther, 

No. 14 WEST STREET, BOSTON, 

Bigelow, Kennard, & Co.), is always ready to 
seek a really French article. Our stock consis 

Mmsli&g, totm®@@lki 8 Jfulles, 

LACES of various descriptions, 

EMBROIDERIES on Linen and on ELdkfs. 

We keep a very Select and Choice Assortment of 
FLOWERS, and the best French Laundry Blueing 

in existence. 

We have a first-class Dress-Making Establishment connected 
with our store, and make Ball & Bridal Dresses a specialty. 

Import or make to order TPOUSSeailX, do up Laces, an d Embroider 
Initials and Monograms. Our Foulard Cravats for Ladies aad gen- 
tlemen defy comparison in regard to quality and price. 

G. GREENLEAF & CO. 

WIRE WORKERS AND WEAVERS. 

Wire-Cloths, Nettings, Foundry Riddles, 

Sparker Cloths, Patent Barrel Coal Sieves, Rat Traps, Corn Pop- 
pers, and every description of Wire- Work made to order. gj^$ 

tvo. lie uiviOTsr street, 

Corner of Haymarket Square, BOSTON. 



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BOSTON ADVERTISEMNTS. 




GENTLEMEN'S 
TOILET SLIPPERS, &c. 

Tfie highest grades of French and English Stock, made to order in the most fashionable 

styles and of superior workmsnship. 
An assortment of French Boots and shoes constantly on hand, as also a full line of our own 

Manufacture. 

CONNOLLY & POWER, 

Successors to ISRAEL M. RICE, 

10 School Street, Boston. 






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HAS IYO E4)UAL 11Y ANY COUNTRY."— Philadelp hia Press. 

"IT STANDS AT THE HEAD OF NINETEENTH CENTURY 

LITERATURE, HOWEVER CRITICAULY CONSIDERED" — Chicago 
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